Lloyds Bank research shows scale of savings on property purchases made by commuters into London.
Brexit referendum sparked concerns about the housing market as economic and political uncertainty gripped UK.
Council homes are sold to tenants at a discount under Right to Buy, introduced by Margaret Thatcher.
JLL says stamp duty and Brexit means there are significantly fewer new build starts in central London.
HMRC data shows a 6.1% annual fall in the number of housing deals going through last month.
Savills says summer market after Brexit was was 'slow but certainly not moribund' for prime London property.
Knight Frank says Brexit is a trigger for "overdue" asking price cuts in prime London property markets.
Over-55s willing to put money where their mouths are to help first-time buyers.
Citizens Advice Bureau says landlords are able to shop around for cheaper letting fees.
Government will miss homes target unless it frees up housing associations to build more, says Policy Exchange.
Asking prices rise sharply for first-time buyers as housing market "shakes off" Brexit.
Segregation by age in housing has worsened over the last 25 years.
Poll shows over 40% of homeowners lost confidence in the property market after the EU referendum.
IEA calls for relaxation of planning rules to raise housing supply and reduce rents.
CEO Daniel Hegarty says he wants to offer "a free online real-time advice service" for mortgages.