Regulations introduced today clarify that agents must carry out customer due diligence checks on buyers as well as sellers in effort to combat corruption in the London property market

Independent property advisor Jemimah Barnett on the mad world of property, tips for picking a not-so-terrible new build and how to fix the housing crisis

Estate agents came together to raise money for a worthy cause, whilst picking up tips from former director general of MI5

New legislation banning landlords and letting agents from charging tenants fees is to be debated in parliament

The cottage on the Vale of Health where the Oasis frontman used to live is up for sale

Grenfell proves once and for all that neoliberalism is failing all but a few profiteers, but the reaction to a call to requisition empty homes reveals just how twisted our real estate market has become. Here’s what we need to do about it

Asking prices in the borough have remained buoyant despite the UK property market taking a knock on June prices for the first time since 2009 due to political uncertainty

Property prices rose 5.6 per cent in just one month across the UK, but this wasn’t reflected in Camden, where slow sales mean sellers are pricing cautiously

Now politicians will have to take notice of what young people want, including affordable homes to rent or buy and a property market that is held to account

Want buyers to fall in love with your property at first viewing? Meet the property dresser who can help your house fly off the estate agent’s shelf, even in the current market

There may be deals to be had in the super prime market as uncertainty hits the exchange rate, but stamp duty and lack of stock means the sub £3 million market will remain sluggish

They’re saying Tottenham is the new Shoreditch, and as Ruth Pavey discovers these delightful open gardens are proof that green fingers have arrived with gentrification

As we head to the polls again tour here’s a petition for Hampstead to ‘do a Brexit’ and seperate from Camden Council. But is isolation enough to keep iceberg basements and other symptoms of a sickening property market at bay?

The one bedroom property is on the street where the Sex Pistol’s Sid Vicious once lived with his girlfriend Nacy Spungen, but it looks like it hasn’t been touched since the 1970s

Suzy Hilton has 17 years of hands-on interior design experience. What started as a one-off project for a friend has now become a thriving business

Gary Linton is the millennial property developer making his mark looking for luxury outside of London property’s ‘golden postcodes’. So what gets him out of bed in the morning?

Having scrapped the old design for being too ‘boring’ Google have employed Heatherwick Studio to design a work/play office that will be longer than the Shard is tall

John Boyega stars in Jack Thorne’s version of Georg Büchner’s play about a young soldier driven to madness and murder, but a clichéd script does a disservice to issues surrounding veteran mental health

The £45 million house the British world heavyweight champion called home whilst training for his victory against Wladimir Klitschko is available to rent - for £20,000 a week

Stamp duty is still causing a big stink in London’s prime property market, and whilst there’s currently no cure for the curse of George Osborne the key is still in taking advice to price realistically

London’s renters face sky high rents whilst thousands of buildings remain empty, often requiring expensive security systems. Property guardian schemes offer a solution to both problems, but being a guardian isn’t for everyone

Former Property Editor Prudence Ivey won Regional Property Journalist of the Year at the 2017 Property Press Awards for her work on the Ham & High

We can’t let talk of U-turns derail an important topic. Facing an aging population with a plump property market, we have to get used to the concept of using homes as collateral to cover care costs

With parking at a premium and spaces hard to come by, homeowners are cashing in by renting out unused off street parking spaces

For just £535,000 you could own a piece of Modernist architectural history, whose famous past residents include Agatha Christie and a Communist spy

Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party have promised a hopeful future for housing, and a tax raid on property bought through offshore trusts. Their tax policies run the risk of putting off London voters, but a vote for the many is a vote for London’s future

Whilst sex might sell in Beverley Hills new homes in Hampstead and Highgate capitalise on more highbrow sales stories, but there’s more to the Midas touch of clever marketing than meets the eye

Located in Stroud Green’s cultural quarter, MoseyHome has been a mecca for lovers of mid century furniture and quirky design classics for over a year and a half

Your guide to things to do in Paddington, including the best shops, cafes, restaurants and schools. PLUS our guide to property in W2

Once the home of ‘Britain’s Oscar Schindler’ then a refuge for the victims of Nazi persecution, 14 Netherhall Gardens has been restored and re-imagined as a boutique development of family apartments


Often one of the most daunting parts of going through a divorce or separation is knowing what steps to take first and how to deal with financial issues which arise. Here, Jessica Palmer of Streathers Solicitors in Hampstead, offers answers to commonly asked questions

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