It is notoriously difficult for students to find affordable housing.
The UK's digital tech sector was overwhelmingly opposed to Brexit. Some startups and tech professionals have already pulled the plug. After Brexit, could Techxit be next?
Britain's central bank has announced further measures to protect from the effects of Brexit including lowering the amount of money that banks have to keep in reserve so more cash will be loaned out.
Aquarius was one of the most critically acclaimed films in Cannes this year.
With almost seven out of 10 people in Europe living in towns and cities, this week Real Economy is exploring the economics of urban integration. The
Europe’s housing crisis that was triggered by the 2008 financial meltdown is far from over and is getting worse in some places, a new report has
House prices in Spain rose at their fastest annual rate for eight years in the second quarter, according to official data. The country’s National
Flagging in opinion polls before Tuesday’s Israeli election, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to rally his country’s rightists by casting
There is conflict in the Ukraine property market. Many owners signed up for dollar mortgages which were popular before 2008. But a falling exchange
London has overtaken Hong Kong to become the world’s most expensive city for companies to send their employees to live and work in. That is based
Britain’s finance minister George Osborne is to give the Bank of England stronger powers to curb mortgage lending. Domestic property prices in the
Overheating or not? UK property prices saw their biggest fall in nearly two years in March. Figures from the Halifax mortgage lender showed prices
The property bubble that bust in 2008 following the financial crisis crippled several economies across Europe. Spain and Ireland were both badly
In 1954 French priest and founder of the Emmaus charity Abbé Peirre said: ‘‘My friends, please help….a woman has just frozen to death. Tonight in all
Illegally built villas along the Mediterranean coast in France are being demolished. The first to go down was the Santa Monica villa at Ramatuelle
In the rough and tumble world of selling property, developers have always been ready to go to great lengths, but not many can lay claim to building a
A protest to save part of the Berlin Wall from being knocked down to make way for luxury flats appears to have paid off. Thousands of people had
A cheerleader for continued monetary stimulus for the US economy, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says the central bank will keep buying bonds
The bursting of Spain’s property bubble has claimed another victim with developer Reyal Urbis filing for insolvency. That comes after it failed to
Madrid saw one of the many demonstrations against evictions taking place across Spain on Saturday. Thousands took to the streets to protest
The almost certain departure of the Virgin Megastore from the Champs Elysées is part of the transformation of one of the world’s most famous shopping
They are called “nail houses”, for their refusal to be hammered down by developers busy covering China’s biggest cities with concrete and tower
Spain is to introduce measures to help the most needy families from being evicted. It follows a growing protests over the problem which is blamed
Spain’s major banks have decided to suspend the evictions of the most financially vulnerable. The leading political parties have also agreed to
How does an unemployed homeowner dreading a condemned future in Spain feel? Here is Fabian Herrera’s answer: “I am depressed, I feel bad, I can’t
Hundreds of people braved the bad weather in Spain to take to the streets for a “March against Poverty”. The demonstrators have covered 170
As the weather gets colder in New Jersey, the main priority now is finding shelter for those left homeless by Sandy. Less than a million households
Sell, sell, sell is the cry echoing through the empty housing estates of Spain. The leftovers from the property boom and bust are on the block at
A large 14-storey tower block from the 1960’s on the outskirts of Paris was demolished in a matter of seconds on September 5 by French authorities