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With the impact of the Brexit vote still yet to be determined, will UK house prices rise or fall in 2017?
With sellers lowering prices to secure deals and agents still reporting strong demand, has the Brexit vote turned the UK into a buyers' property market?
Brexit is bringing a new wave of discounts to the Spanish property market, spelling good news for investors from the UK and further afield.
The Bank of England cut the interest rate to a record low of 0.25 per cent last week, the first change in more than seven years. Does that mean UK mortgage rates will stay low for longer?
Concerns over the rising costs of construction materials could be exacerbated by a weakening currency, the Federation of Master Builders has warned.
One month ago, the majority of the UK voted to leave the European Union. While much has been made of the EU referendum's impact upon the UK, how is it affecting French real estate?
The pound has dipped again at the end of this week, reinforcing the value for money that UK real estate represents to overseas investors.
Savers in the UK breathed a sigh of relief today, as the Bank of England decided not to cut interest rates.
A growing number of Chinese buyers are taking advantage of property bargains available in the wake of the UK's EU referendum.
European property agents are optimistic about future demand from British buyers, despite the UK's recent vote to leave the European Union, with reports of sales still going through the roof.