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London’s property market is Britain’s Hunger Games

The Hunger Games imitates life in Britain’s property market. The evil President Snow has devised a ritual where young couples queue up overnight to...

How the Vatican built a secret property empire using Mussolini’s millions

Little passing London tourists would ever guess that the premises of Bulgari, the upmarket jewelers in New Bond Street, had anything to do with...

My real-life experience as a property guardian was anything but funny

Channel 4’s new sitcom Crashing, which follows six twentysomethings living as property guardians in a disused hospital, has been described as the comic voice...

Can we bypass the estate agent to buy a property?

Q My partner and I saw a house on the Rightmove website. We rang the estate agent and told them we wanted to view...
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