Supply not keeping pace with demand inflating house prices, according to RICS.
Home prices increased 1.1% in April to an average £166,094, says Halifax.
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Tinkering with planning law, mortgage market stimulus and guarantees aren't enough, argues Shane Croucher, we need investment.
Bank of England deputy governor Paul Tucker suggests UK economy is better than headline figures suggest.
Land Registry house price data shows average price lifted 0.1 percent in March on month before.
Hometrack data shows London property demand up to pre-2007 financial crisis levels.
Business groups have welcomed focusing FLS more towards SME lending, but warn that it will not alone heal the UK economy.
Chancellor Osborne and Bank of England give FLS facelift to focus on easing SME credit.
Office for National Statistics says percentage of owner-occupied homes fell between 2001 and 2011 as price increases and stricter lending pushed millions into the rental market.
Regional disparity in property sector widens in February despite the slow down in house price inflation.
PwC says Lehman's administrators settled benchmark dispute and has freed $9.1bn for paying back investors
Ernst & Young's ITEM Club marks down UK growth for 2013 but hints at consumer rebound led by housing market and 'Help to Buy' scheme.
ONS data shows construction output recovered from January slump in another sign triple-dip recession avoided.
Portsmouth Supporters Trust [PST] are to become the new owners of the financially stricken south-coast club
Bank of England's FLS and other government initiatives ease pressure on the property market.
Britain's iconic prime minister led an unquestioned economic revival but the costs of her sweeping reforms are still being argued today.
Halifax points to price rise as mortgage market given boost by Help to Buy and Funding for Lending schemes.
On 22 March 2013, two days after Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne delivered his 2013 Budget Address to the House of Commons, Fitch Ratings agency placed the UK's "AAA" Long-term Issuer Default Ratings (IDR) on Rating Watch Negative (RWN). The agency stated that it was more than likely that by the end of April 2013, by which time the agency will have made a full review of the UK's sovereign ratings, it is more than likely that the UK will be downgraded.
Bank of England data shows February credit decline despite Funding for Lending Scheme.
Citigroup and shareholders forced to revisit settlement amount and allocation.
Funding for Lending and weak housing supply boost March house prices, according to Nationwide's Monthly House Price Index
Reuters poll of economists shows majority doubt new property price bubble will be inflated by Chancellor George Osborne's Help to Buy scheme.
Live coverage of Treasury select committee scrutiny of Chancellor George Osborne's 2013 Budget announcement.
Despite BoE's Funding for Lending Scheme, bank lending drops in February according to British Bankers' Association.
UK Asset Resolution, the 'bad bank' set up to unwind illiquid assets from bailed out Northern Rock and Bradford & Bingley, sees profit jump in 2012.
London leads home price increases as demand-supply gap continues to grow in UK housing market.
Despite pessimism over Osborne's Budget, poll shows Britons back him over Labour rival Ed Balls.
Critics attack Osborne's Help to Buy Budget announcement over risk of new housing bubble, but Persimmon and Countrywide insist little risk.
The beer duty cut was a tiny shaft of sunlight peeping through the dark clouds of George Osborne's forecast, says Shane Croucher.