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The pandemic has increased the longtime allure of this spacious, well-heeled London suburb
An estimated 700,000 foreign-born residents have left the city since the Covid-19 outbreak — how will this affect rental and sale prices?
The growth in sales was strong over the summer, but activity is waning as the end of the stamp duty holiday draws closer
Its dramatic vistas are drawing homebuyers from all over — but young locals are losing out
The area has been popular this summer, but for lower prices look beyond the fashionable enclaves
From prime city apartments to luxurious rural villas, some of the best property available for long-term stays
The pandemic has made the London enclave’s spaciousness — in its homes and outdoors — even more of a draw than usual
London’s Docklands is used to being reinvented — it just wasn’t expecting to be so again quite yet
Agreed sales of properties priced above £1m are up 55 per cent compared to last year, as buyers look for larger homes
From lakeside Swiss retreats to London living worthy of an action hero
Agreed sales of £1m-plus homes in the Elmbridge borough are up 84 per cent compared with last year
Sales and rental prices are down in the capital’s most exclusive postcodes — but activity is returning
Prices and sales have fallen in the London financial district and bankers and lawyers are staying away
The colossal Whitehall building, being turned into a five-star hotel, mirrors the transformations in British society
From a Georgian farmhouse with an orangery in Oxfordshire to a three-storey house near the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Influential Rics survey predicts sales surge from stamp duty holiday will be shortlived
The pandemic has caused a drop in demand for properties and a slump in rental prices
Half of people moving home stay within a three-mile radius, Savills research finds
A run-down 1950s house in south London is ‘wrapped’ in bricks to create a modern six-bedroom design masterpiece
Coronavirus is cooling sales of luxury new-build properties in the UK capital
Homebuyers trying to chip the price of property deals could be disappointed
Dig downs and loft extensions may increase the value of a home, but it’s hard to borrow against this
Experts predict transactions could plunge 50 per cent year-on-year, but what could it mean for house prices?
There are hopes that wealthy Asian buyers will soon be able to return to the chic London enclave
The once unsavoury district has gleaming new homes and infrastructure. But what is it like to live there?