House price index records 51% average house price growth over a decade.
Royal Economic Society publishes research on why house price growth has been so rapid.
Chancellor George Osborne has hit landlords with several tax hikes, including stamp duty.
George Osborne unveils important changes including stamp duty reform and crackdown on tax avoiding developers.
George Osborne unveiled new anti-avoidance task force for offshore property developers in UK.
Council of Mortgage Lenders report 30% rise in mortgage lending in February 2016.
HMRC will set up dedicated task force focused on targeting property developers who dodge UK tax.
Higher stamp duty and Capital Gains Tax sparks anger among property industry.
Chancellor commercial property stamp duty system so it is the same as residential.
Those buying over 15 properties had been exempt from extra tax under original plans.
Chancellor says UK on course to close deficit and produce surplus by 2019-20 fiscal year.
Chancellor announces Budget 'for the next generation'.
Chancellor Osborne ditched major pension reforms but may still target savers with tax hikes.
Housing and Planning Bill is entering final stages in parliament and could become law by end of 2016.
Sharp rise in mortgage approvals in February reported by e.surv chartered surveyor.
National Landlords Association data shows big increase in London landlords planning to sell.
Council of Mortgage Lenders reports sharp rise in remortgaging activity as rate hike looms.
CEBR predicts 7 million renting households by 2025 as high house prices keep first-time buyers locked out.
London Central Portfolio says property investors paying "a heavy premium for newness".
London Housing Commission launches final report on how city can build 50,000 new homes a year.
Nine Elms development under spotlight again but developer downplays worries about prices.
Halifax and Nationwide house price reports show solid growth amid ongoing imbalance between supply and demand.
Shelter says high rents and house prices keeping renters from buying their own homes as landlords cash in.
Lender notes rise in mortgage enquiries as EU referendum campaign starts may be caused by sterling worries.
Organisation says the UK has the least environmentally friendly housing in Europe with highest rates of fuel poverty.
House price rises seeing first-time buyers becoming more laden with debt than before.
Survey shows 47% of London homeowners will delay buying or selling property until after referendum.
Town and Country Planning Association poll shows council opposition to government housing bill.
Knight Frank says sellers cutting asking prices for prime central London property by as much as 10%.
National Association of Estate Agents reports fewest number of properties per branch since 2002.