For sale world's most expensive terrace houses
The London property market is renowned for having some of the most expensive property in the land and to illustrate this a row of terraced houses in London's Regent's Park has been put up for sale at a colossal cost of £400m.
US repossessions fall in October
Bank foreclosure figures fell last month by nearly 9 per cent but not as a sign that the American home mortgage market is in recovery more as a result of the 'robo-signing' debacle.
Too many properties not enough buyers
One area of the Australian property market suffering from an oversupply level of housing stock is Perth in Western Australia according to research from the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia (REIWA).
Melbourne real estate least affordable
Residential property in Sydney is no longer the least affordable property market throughout Australia it has been knocked off the top spot by Melbourne real estate according to a recent affordability index.
Lender predicts UK house price drops
2011 will be a year of falling property prices according to one of the UK's largest lenders, although it is unlikely to be as devastating as those witnessed two years ago.
Buyer confidence ebbing away in Oz
The heat is continuing to ebb away from the Australian property market as buyers seem a little reluctant to sign on the dotted line for what many think is overpriced property.
VAT rise no threat to UK property sales
Although not yet the end of November many experts in the UK property industry have accepted that the seasonal slowdown has started and that property sales activity levels are lower than hoped for but look forward to a new beginning at the start of January.
UK buy to let market set to expand
Letting agencies across the country are looking to capitalise on the mortgage drought affecting the UK property market and expect to be swamped with requests for rental properties.
FSA insists mortgage reform is needed
In answer to recent claims, by lenders, that new rules governing UK mortgages may stop some people from being able to buy property have been dismissed as scaremongering by the Financial Service Authority (FSA).
Canny OAP's plan to outwit the taxman
UK property owners of 'a certain age' are choosing to carry on paying off their mortgages longer than has been the case in the past in an effort to avoid inheritance duty.
Housing market recovery in Scotland
The Scottish side of the UK real estate market gas started to show signs of settling into a solid state of recovery after many months of price falls.