Britain's most expensive homes should be hit with a ‘super mansion tax' to help raise billions in tax revenues, according to a senior Liberal Democrat.
The housebuilder Barratt Developments has said the recovery in the housing market is spreading.
Student accommodation fund giant Brandeaux has denied its recently-suspended funds are "distressed sellers", and has said there is a £1bn "overhang" of property on the market.
Mortgage lending hit a five-year high in May providing yet further evidence of the resurgence of the property market.
Global investors are feeling bullish about the prospect of further stockmarket gains this year, and are also favouring precious metals despite recent price falls, according to the Franklin Templeton Global Investor Sentiment survey.
Lifetime mortgage rates have fallen significantly over the past five years and present an opportunity for existing customers to switch to lower interest rates, research finds.
Retired homeowners gained a total of £13.66 billion on their property value in the past three months, research has found.
Fiona Murphy asks what trends advisers and providers are seeing in SIPP investments
Retired homeowners own a total of £743.07 billion in property despite continued volatility in the housing market, according to new research.
Sterling's recent gain against the euro provides a window of opportunity for international clients looking to buy property in eurozone countries.
The inheritance tax (IHT) threshold freeze has boosted government revenues from the tax by 14%, an accountancy firm said.
Claire Barker goes through the results of the latest ERSA research on how clients are using equity release
Fiona Murphy finds out how the market is evolving in line with consumer demands and financial growth
Economist and investment manager David Kauders has warned the UK is set for a crash so slow that many will not even see it coming.
The recent move of the Swiss National Bank (SNB) to set a minimum exchange rate against the euro will impact favourably on the Swiss property market, predicts international property search specialist Quintessentially Estates.
Alban L'Honneur, assistant fund manager on the Thames River Property team, examines why listed real estate has outperformed other sectors.
This weekend the national papers warned consumers off structured products but backed fixed rate bonds.
A warning about underperforming Child Trust Funds, dividends on the rise again, and the pros and cons of low-cost funds. Here is IFAonline's round-up of the weekend's national newspapers...
Concerns are mounting about sales of annuities, while savers are increasingly looking overseas for diversification. It's IFAonline's round-up of the weekend's national newspapers...
Central London luxury home prices will rise 8% this year as overseas buyers take advantage of a weak pound, broker Savills said.
Rowanmoor delayed a fund switch within a pension for almost a year, costing a group of clients more than £5,000, the Pensions Ombudsman (PO) has ruled.
Proposed changes to the French tax regime provide some good news for French property owners.