On Friday 9th June 2017, the UK woke to the surprise of a hung Parliament, as Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to call a snap general election backfired. With the Conservative Party forming a minority government, what does the result mean for UK property?
The number of UK landlords using letting agents has increased in the last six months, despite plans for letting agent fees to be banned, which would place further strain on buy-to-let investors.
The UK is courting investment from the Middle East this week, as the country's housing fundamentals stay strong in the face of Brexit uncertainty.
The UK government has launched a consultation on its proposed letting agent fee ban.
Canada is stepping up its scrunity of foreign investment in the country's real estate.