The stall in house-building could mean further property price inflation.
Lockdown may have boosted the appeal of the countryside but London is still the place to be.
In other words, will we become Zimbabwe or Japan after Covid-19?
Find yourself a cosy coastal bolthole on Britain’s finest stretch of coastline.
With generous discounts and cancellation policies on offer from airlines, tourists willing to book in an uncertain climate will bag themselves a bargain.
Conditions are ripe for the market to bounce back quickly so is now the right time to buy?
Just about every letter of the alphabet has been used to predict our economic future but which one will come true?
In association with NJF Holdings Nicole Junkermann, international entrepreneur and investor, and the founder of NJF Holdings looks at…
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.
Avoid these common pitfalls to make your next step up the ladder a successful one.
The new work-from-home culture allows us to look further afield for property and find more space.
While other sectors have faced the full brunt of the Covid downturn, the tech sector seems eerily unscathed.
The Covid crisis will make us reassess property value, says Kate Andrews
Many ‘mortgage prisoners’ are unable to move their loan to another lender
Investors remember another crisis not so long ago where buying at the bottom paid off.
Now that every investment company has its own online platform, it’s easy enough to buy shares directly.
The generosity of Rishi Sunak’s scheme will prompt furlough demands during every subsequent national crisis.
With supermarket delivery slots in high demand and eating out not an option, we take a look at whether a weekly food box is worth the investment.
Lockdown has put even the best laid property plans on hold. But for how long?
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.
Gold is the traditional safe haven and, for once, its advocates may be on to something.
Negative interest rates have been a persistent fact of life in Britain and the pandemic has only entrenched them further.
The UK cannot afford to take a laissez-faire attitude to debt after Covid-19.