One in five people selling their home (20%) have had a sale fall through and seven out of ten of those (69%) are due to buyers pulling out.
For the first time in a decade the number of empty homes in England is rising, according to figures from the Department of Communities and Local Government.
By Paula Matthews, strategic account marketing director at Legal & General Surveying Services
Suzanne Albers, senior director, structured finance at Fitch Ratings, analyses the housing markets of countries around the world and finds similarities as well as some unique differences
Has Chancellor Philip Hammond got his stamp duty sums wrong? And is the abolition of stamp duty for first-time buyers causing a bottleneck for home movers?
The Cambridge Building Society has hosted an event to increase knowledge and awareness within the building society sector of new house building techniques and technologies.
Experts across the property market have come together to form The Home Buying and Selling Group with the aim of improving the buying and selling process for customers.
The Law Commission is asking flat owners, housebuilders, mortgage lenders and lawyers to help shape a law which could help people own their flats outright.
Chartered surveyor Peter Glover revisits a landmark case where borrowers successfully sued a valuer for not highlighting property defects in the lender’s valuation report
By Mark Blackwell, lending and surveying services director at eTech Solutions