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This new development is appealing to people on both ends of the property ladder who want the ease of apartment living in a great north London location

Working late again? The new homes at Thirty2 are staying open for late viewings today to help busy house hunters

Naked House isn’t a story about stylish minimalism, it’s a sad solution to the desperate situation the government has left London’s families

Asking prices in the borough have dropped significantly since March, but is it a case of a cooling market, competitive pricing, or just Camden’s quirky property micro climate?

Prices start at £570,000 for a one bedroom apartment in this boutique development in zone one

Buy to leave apartments in new build developments convert corrupt cash into clean assets, decimating local communities in the process. So it’s heartening to see Highgate Court lead the way with homes for local people

Theresa May has announced that the country will return to the polls on June 8 for the third summer running, but what will this mean for property sales in north London?

Ruth Pavey goes in serach of the lost gardens of Southwood Hall, with a little help from some Highgate residents

At a time when independent retailers are under threat, Tash & Tanya is a good news story of a local business going from strength to strength without compromising on handpicked style

In the face of the onslaught of regulations letting agents and landlords will have to learn to turn the other cheek, whilst London smiles in the face of Brexit

Craig Revel Horwood’s Camden home is up for sale. India Block talks to him at the home that Cameron Mackintosh lent him money to buy back in 1997 where he partied with showbiz friends such as Kelly Brook and played host to Strictly’s dancing pros

Are robots coming for our jobs or will they save us all? As we work out what it means to be human in a digital age, estate agents should capitalise on their emotional intelligence to stay relevant

Meet the gadgets, bots and apps changing the way we buy, sell, rent and stay in 2017

The new service could see you sell your home online for as little as £995 in agency fees

New government legislation will see landlords pay tax on turnover rather than profit as part of George Osborne’s legacy of cooling the London property market, but at what cost to tenants?

Too close for comfort: eye wateringly small studios like those planned for Barnet House will breed nothing but contempt

There might not be gazumping galore, but bidding wars are a promising sign that the north London property market is moving once more. Just make sure to price correctly, advise agents

Plans have been submitted to convert council offices currently being used to manage housing allocation into 234 flats, some as small as 16 sq ft – a size that makes them almost impossible to mortgage.

Can anyone predict what will happen to the property market when Article 50 is triggered?

Where are north London’s movers and shakers, and what postcodes do people prefer to stay true to? India Block puts the Royal Mail moving map data to the test

Sian Berry, 42, was the Green candidate for Mayor in 2008 and in 2016 (coming third). She is a member of the London Assembly and she rents in Archway. Check out her ‘shelfie’ here

Camden workers have to pay 19.6 times their annual earnings to buy a property in the borough, as UK house prices reach peak un-affordability

Homeowners in Haringey could be quids in, with the average home earning £91,000 MORE than residents earn in two years, but those hoping to buy in to the area are left out in the cold.

A good gardener never blames their tools. Ruth Pavey shares an expert’s tips for tool care, plus a tribute to a remarkable woman

There was no reprieve for businesses in Philip Hammond’s budget last week, and for north London locals it’s personal

Stamp duty has been causing headaches for north London agents and homeowners alike, and now we have the data to prove it. Read the report from the new property landscape in Hampstead and Highgate, where the prime renter is king.

Thinking about taking the plunge and buying a property with a partner? Make sure you have read Simon Gerrard’s expert advice on thinking with your head, not your heart

The semi-detached Victorian house sold above its guide price for £3.25 million

Property experts have reacted bitterly to the Chancellor’s speech today, which offered no relief on stamp duty or buy-to-let

Stamp of disapproval: why agents’ pleas for mercy from Philip Hammond will fall on deaf ears

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