Wealth managers have been shifting assets out of fixed income and into property as the unloved sector comes back onto investors' radar.
We look at ways investors can take advantage of the rising tide in the housing market.
Pensioners who have paid off their mortgages are among the most wealthy people in Britain, according to research by equity release specialist Key Retirement Solutions.
Selling a property in some regions of Spain became more expensive this week following new tax hikes.
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has opened formal investigations into three "quick house sale" firms that promise to sell properties for struggling homeowners.
You can pick up a bargain when you buy property at auction, but it pays to know exactly what you are doing.
Renting to students can be a profitable venture but it pays to be prepared.
Lured by higher income levels, multi-asset managers have been moving back into property for the first time since the financial crisis. But are there still gains to be made? Cherry Reynard reports.
Spain's collapsing residential property market is still overvalued, banking experts have warned.
Activity in the UK housing market has hit a three-year high, surveyors report, supporting hopes of a revival that would help the economic recovery.
The BBC has postponed an episode of Panorama covering overseas luxury property company Harlequin following allegations of bribery.
One of the main hotel resorts which received investment from overseas property firm Harlequin Property has not filed accounts for seven years.
A London law firm is pursuing 67 financial advisers who recommended clients invest hundreds of thousands of pounds in off-plan Cypriot properties which have either failed to be built or have plummeted in value.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has issued a warning to financial advisers about investing clients money in Caribbean property through Harlequin Property.
The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) is looking for fund managers to run mandates in both UK direct and global listed real estate.
The Association of Investment Companies (AIC) has warned offshore investment trusts and UK REITs could be under threat from Financial Services Authority (FSA) proposals to ban promotions of unregulated collective investment schemes (UCIS) to ordinary...
A number of self-invested personal pension (SIPP) providers have stopped taking investments into Caribbean property fund Harlequin Properties according to its biggest UK distributor, after concerns about it were raised by a law firm.
A group of MPs are planning to set up an All Party Parliamentary Group to help British investors who are facing legal action by a Cyprus bank.
Terry Smith has criticised Nick Clegg's "brain dead" idea to allow parents to use their pension to help their children on the "over-priced" property ladder.
Aviva Investors has proposed the closure of its Global Listed Real Estate Securities business, including the Global REIT fund run by Paul Van De Vaart, as it has "insufficient scale".
Secondary property has long been considered riskier than its prime counterparts, but now Michael Hardman, fund manager of the Longcross Property Investment fund, wants to dispel the myth.
Many people who have SIPPs already meet the minimum income requirement through other pensions such as historic final salary schemes. This can be a real benefit for those who need some extra income but want to preserve death benefits.