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Jan 14 2020

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Property

Property Doctors: does an estate agent have to divulge if a house is in bad shape?

Zoopla revenues soar as it unveils Calcasa acquisition

Great Estates: inside the largest inhabited castle in Scotland

Number of new office buildings started in London at its lowest level since 2014

Is it time to upgrade your conservatory?

Galleries

Gallery: The most colourful homes on the market

House prices

Restoring Beeching-era rail lines could boost house prices

Use compulsory purchases to force open land for 300,000 homes target, say builders

Property Doctors: does an estate agent have to divulge if a house is in bad shape?

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It s Your Money, episode 10: Are dating services a waste of money – particularly for women?

UK house price growth disappoints as new figures show slip in average prices

Hong Kong property developer offers free Teslas with luxury flats

Building the stately homes of the future: Georgian design complete with a cinema room

British buyers pay a £116,500 premium to live in a national park

Property Doctors: who is responsible for the repairs in my block of flats?

Renting

Property Doctors: does an estate agent have to divulge if a house is in bad shape?

Grainger builds on success as it takes advantage of Government support for generation rent

How to find a rental property that will welcome your pets

Buy-to-let

Taylor Swift s latest album, Reputation, is now available to stream

Remortgaging rockets ahead of November interest rate hike, as new mortgages fall to fresh low

First time buyers will benefit from stamp duty cuts even if house prices rise, says IFS

Retirement

Tai Chi, falconry or ukulele strumming? Retirement villages offer an array of experiences to try

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It s Your Money, episode 9: Stamp duty cuts – and other Budget predictions

Flexible workers are creating a new commuter belt further away from London. Would you move out?

Abroad

Gallery: Watching the Ashes? These are the most spectacular homes you can buy in Australia

Design in the Desert: Seeing behind closed doors at Palm Springs Modernism Week

Want guaranteed yet affordable sunshine a short flight from the UK? Try Egypt s Red Sea Riviera

Lunch in France and dinner in Italy: the best ski resorts that straddle borders

Where to hunt for better value in the south of France

Gary Lineker used offshore firm to buy Barbados home

Luxury

Great Estates: inside the largest inhabited castle in Scotland

Design in the Desert: Seeing behind closed doors at Palm Springs Modernism Week

Gallery: Adare Manor: Ireland s most exciting new hotel in pictures

Is this Ireland s best hotel? The first review of the reborn Adare Manor

Inside Doughty House, the £100m derelict London house once home to the world s most expensive painting

Survival of the fittest: the luxury property gym developments causing a stir in the capital

More property news

Gallery: Watching the Ashes? These are the most spectacular homes you can buy in Australia

Building the stately homes of the future: Georgian design complete with a cinema room

British buyers pay a £116,500 premium to live in a national park

Property Doctors: who is responsible for the repairs in my block of flats?

For sale: the treasure trove family home of founders of luxury leather brand Osprey

Property Doctors: how do you manage a disagreement between lessees?

Gallery: The most colourful homes on the market

Councils handed power to double tax on empty homes

The unsquare mile : how developers are tempting buyers to east London

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