First time buyers in London now need an average annual income of £77,000 - nearly double the amount required in the rest of the country.Read the full story ›
Renters moving out of London are driving up average rents in areas around the capital.Read the full story ›
Outer London topped the regional list with 34 cases of identity fraud for every 10,000 adults.Read the full story ›
A snapshot survey by the housing charity Shelter has found just 43 homes for sale in London which could be afforded by families earning an average income of 30 thousand pounds. It examined thousands of properties on the market but found very few where an average family could pay the required mortgage.
Four London boroughs seeing highest house price growth while prices in large regional cities are outperforming central London.Read the full story ›
Private sector tenants are facing the steepest increases to their rents seen in more than a year and a half, according to Office for National Statistics figures.
Across Britain, private rental prices paid by tenants increased by 2.1% in the 12 months to March; the fastest annual rate of increase recorded since August 2013 - and within England, the sharpest annual rate of price growth was in London, at 3.2%.
The property was put on the market at almost double the price it sold for in 2001.Read the full story ›
The modestly-sized property, described by the estate agents as an 'excellent property' comes with two bedrooms and a 'stylish kitchen'.Read the full story ›