CONTRARY to popular belief, busy city centres beat suburban living when it comes to human wellbeing, as socialising and walking make for happier, healthier people, according to a new report.

FIRST cars went communal, and bikes were open to all. Then private offices became co-working spaces, and spare rooms morphed into mini hotels as London's sharing economy took off...

[LONDON] UK house prices fell for a fifth month in August, according to a new report, dragging their annual gain to the weakest since 2012.

[LONDON] Britain's young families pay more to live in smaller homes, further from jobs and with less security than their parents' generation, who instead reap profits from the country'...

[LONDON] UK house prices grew at the slowest annual pace in more than five years this month as a slump in London weighed on the market.

[LONDON] British house prices jumped in August at the fastest pace this year, adding to signs the housing market has regained some strength after its post-Brexit vote slowdown, mortgage lender...

ECONOMISTS have bad news and good news for London's home sellers: prices will probably be stuck in neutral for some years, courtesy of Brexit and a shaky economy, but a serious crash still looks...

[LONDON] One in 10 adults in the UK owns multiple houses, underscoring a growing generational divide in the nation's property market...

[LONDON] Britain's shock election result took its toll on the property market last month and the slowdown is likely to continue through the rest of the year, according to a survey published...

[LONDON] British house prices rose at their slowest rate in over four years last month, while the number of sales slowed due to a limited supply of property and continued political uncertainty, a...