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The property market is weakening and 'double-digit annual house price inflation is over', says Hometrack.
House prices in England and Wales continued to grow rapidly in the second quarter according to the latest data from the Land Registry
Interest rates were cautiously increased by a quarter of a point yesterday in a further attempt to stabilise the economy.
Simon Heffer applauds a ground-breaking first volume that will do for publicly owned oil paintings, he predicts, what Pevsner did for architecture
The summer lull has come early, but the property market will be buoyant this autumn, says Hamptons International.
Interest rates should be raised to 5% as previous rises have failed to rein in house prices or consumer debt, says NIESR report
Nationwide has reported further increases in house price inflation this month, as the property market refuses to slow down.
The memoirs of Anthony Blond brim with fresh fruity material, enthuses James Knox. Reading it is like sitting over a few vodkas with a beguiling friend.
The rises in interest rates are ‘taking their toll’ as the first fall in house prices is recorded by Hometrack, albeit by only –0.1%.
The country house market is remaining buoyant, with average growth in prime country residential property stronger in the first half of 2004 than in the second half of 2003, according
John Gummer is impressed by a book that is not scared to dive into the murky waters of the world's fishing industry and tell the whole world.
Interest rate rises and the Bank of England’s recent warnings over market prospects have successfully ‘applied the brakes’ on house prices, according to RICS.
House price inflation halved between June and July, predominately so in the South, according to new figures from Rightmove.
Hugh Massingberd savours the late Duke of Devonshire's own story, told with typical self-effacement.
The ODPM was one of the winners in yesterday's Spending Review, with £38bn over the next 5 years promised by the Chancellor to address housing issues nationwide.
A recent survey has shown that 59% of people expect house prices to rise over the next 12 months, in spite of current media speculation over an imminent downturn.
Leslie Geddes-Brown suggests that the delicious simplicity and the nature of the ingredients in a summer pudding decree that it was by no means invented by a chef.