LONDON British house prices would fall 10 percent to 18 percent if the country voted to leave the European Union, Chancellor George Osborne said on Friday.
LONDON Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said on Monday that lenders could further improve consumers' ability to make better choices about mortgage deals.
LONDON The prospect of Britain quitting the European Union has inflicted little damage so far on demand for space in London's financial hubs, first quarter rental data suggests, despite some warning signs from investment banks.
LONDON The British construction sector declined sharply in the first quarter, adding to signs the economy struggled against global weakness and uncertainty about June's European Union referendum, data showed Friday.
LONDON British surveyors reported the sharpest fall in enquiries from potential homebuyers since 2008 last month, reflecting a new tax on landlords and the upcoming referendum on European Union membership.
LONDON Chancellor George Osborne said on Sunday that homeowners would face a "significant hit" from lower house prices and higher mortgage costs if voters decided to leave the European Union in a referendum in June.
LONDON International investors have halted almost all their purchases of British commercial property ahead of the European Union membership referendum, a survey showed on Thursday, adding to signs that the vote is taking a toll on the economy.