The government is considering prefab housing as a way of meeting its target of creating one million new homes by 2020.Read the full story ›
Four in ten people in Britain are living in homes which fall below an acceptable standard of living, according to a housing charity.Read the full story ›
The housing minister suggested that people copy his mother and simply leave their wealth to their grandchildren.Read the full story ›
Over nearly 40 years Terry and Ann Panks have offered their home in Wythenshawe to troubled youngsters looking for help.Read the full story ›
The number of existing home owners moving house has reached its highest level since 2008.Read the full story ›
One in three could not afford to pay their rent or mortgage for more than a month if they lost their job, according to a survey by Shelter.Read the full story ›
Home ownership in England has fallen to its lowest level since 1986 as soaring prices force millions to abandon dreams of buying a property.Read the full story ›
The EU referendum campaign brought extravagant claims on how Brexit might impact the housing market - but what's the reality?Read the full story ›
Since Britain voted to leave the EU, share prices of some of the country's biggest house builders have slumped.
Home builders want the government to expand the Help to Buy scheme in order to strengthen confidence if the economy slows.
Most economists believe a recession is on the horizon. However, some experts disagree, and insist that the much-talked about fall in house prices post-referendum is not entirely inevitable.
ITV News Business Editor Joel Hills reports:
More than one in four Britons aged 55 and over financially support their child or other dependents to get on to the property ladder.Read the full story ›