The stall in house-building could mean further property price inflation.
In other words, will we become Zimbabwe or Japan after Covid-19?
Just about every letter of the alphabet has been used to predict our economic future but which one will come true?
With shares, we spread risk but with property it’s a case of all in.
It’s hard to see the point of second homes when for much of this crisis, people have been prohibited from using them.
1.5 per cent of all the world’s listed shares are owned by Norway’s sovereign wealth fund – it’s time we followed their lead.
While other sectors have faced the full brunt of the Covid downturn, the tech sector seems eerily unscathed.
Many ‘mortgage prisoners’ are unable to move their loan to another lender
The generosity of Rishi Sunak’s scheme will prompt furlough demands during every subsequent national crisis.
Outdoor space will be at the forefront of buyers’ minds for some time to come.
Those trying to predict what will happen next should take a hard look at their own bank accounts.
Negative interest rates have been a persistent fact of life in Britain and the pandemic has only entrenched them further.
From travel to car insurance, insurers are pocketing millions during lockdown whilst being reticent to pay out.
Covid-19 has put the housing market on hold while the equity market is in free fall – which will fare better in the long run?
As it stands, the government has protected employees of big corporations but left the self-employed high and dry.
The suspension of civic society is without precedence in peacetime and, as we all spend less, the economy will suffer further.
The much-maligned Mansion Tax never came to pass but what else did the Chancellor have to say on housing?
In the immediate aftermath of the Grenfell fire the left lost no opportunity to try to make out that it…
This week has been a reminder of how the sharpest falls in the stock market are often followed by the sharpest gains.
The tax has been jacked up so often that it’s no wonder so few of us want to move house.
Boris Johnson is said to have gone cool on proposals for a mansion tax following negative comment from aggrieved mansion-owners.…
If the government uses the extra revenue to slash stamp duty it could give first time buyers a welcome leg-up.
Why the government’s new policy will push up prices for ordinary road users.
SARS and H5N1 avian flu caused mass panic, just like coronavirus, yet both disappeared from public consciousness just as quickly as they arrived.