FPD Savills research has predicted slow growth for 2005, but nothing as depressing as one of the forecasts last weekend.

Property vendors will soon have to pay for their own surveys, following the introduction of the Housing Bill today, which will make sellers' packs compulsory.

Victorian family houses are characterful and spacious, but not all have the spotless reputation you might expect.

Owners of manor houses watched their values go up by £300,000 in 2006 thanks to a strong city economy and shortage of quality properties, says Knight Frank

The quintessential British seaside town, which is still within commutable distance from London, Brighton is very much the jewel of the south coast, with spectacular architecture and a vibrant, bohemian…

King’s Comments ‘Not Helpful’

Prices are showing signs of stabilising, but continued media speculation and negativity from the Monetary Policy Committee are not helping the property market, according to RICS.

Located on the edge of a popular Hampshire village is Eastfield House, a Victorian property with substantial accommodation and plenty of grounds.

Vines have been grown on the south-facing fertile fields of the Nyetimber estate since the 12th century: Andy Hill, the new owner of the vineyard, shares his family's Christmas traditions…

Located on the edge of a model Cotswolds village, Latimers is a beautiful Grade II listed house that dates back to the 17th Century.

Historic House Solutions

Some notable historic houses are gaining new life as they are converted into distinguished apartments and offices

Farmland is being targeted by a new breed of investors, fuelling demand and raising land prices, according to the latest rural land survey.

Owners of second properties in France should beware of the legal ramifications of buying abroad or they could end up losing out, the Law Society has warned.

Consecutive interest rate rises seem to have stabilised the property market, but the decline feared by many has not materialised, according to the Government’s latest figures.

More Britons are setting out in search of better weather and higher quality of life by buying a second home in the sun, new research has shown.

Ideal for investment or as the perfect weekend getaway, 5 beautiful and totally unique cottages have recently come on to the market in Lowick, a picturesque village in Northamptonshire.

Property values are adversely affected by wind farms, claims a new report from RICS, which is the first in depth investigation into the affect of turbines on property values.

There are some truly exceptional properties to be found on the market in Europe, if you know where to look.

This area is a slice of pastoral paradise, still accessible from Manhatten and draws an appropriately creative crowd.

Provence still has plenty to offer, in stunning surroundings with lots of choice.