Home loan data from the Bank of England shows stability in the housing market.
Higher stamp duty and an end to tax relief for mortgage interest costs; being a landlord is getting expense.
Analysis of Land Registry data reveals scale of drop in home sales linked to 2014 stamp duty reforms.
Hometrack says in UK Cities Index for October 2016 that 'impetus for house price growth shifting north'.
DCLG data shows there were 38,730 new housing starts in England during the three months to September.
Philip Hammond said letting agent fees for tenants will be banned 'as soon as possible'.
Data from Council of Mortgage Lenders shows dip during Q3 in number and value of mortgages.
Philip Hammond set to use Autumn Statement to switch burden of letting agent fees from tenants to landlords.
George Osborne overhauled property taxation but the sector hopes his successor Hammond will be different.
Mayor Ada Colau said Barcelona 'stands up to speculation' as she unveiled the fines.
Housing Minister Gavin Barwell said pay-to-stay does not support working-class families struggling to get by.
Professional landlords are reportedly using the holiday lettings platform, and City Hall is looking to regulate.
DCLG plays down figures as the start of a new housebuilding cycle, but Labour calls the drop 'disastrous'.
Fastest growth in new homes for eight years but still figures fall short of meeting government's 2020 target.
Land Registry and ONS data shows London property outperformed all other regions of the UK in September.