Daniele Palumbo is Property Week's former data journalist, he is now a data journalist at the BBC.
Going Dutch: will Amsterdam benefit from Brexit?
In the days following the Brexit vote, commentators were quick to talk up the possibility of companies in the UK upping sticks and moving to cities in Europe.
Surge in investor appetite as automotive sector motors on
Few property investment sectors have motored along at as rapid a rate of knots as automotive over the past few years.
Eye for detail: Michael Mandel interview
Leading US start-up CompStak is bringing its data expertise to London - but what sets it apart from the competition?
Rio residential values aren't dancing on the sand
Residential prices in Olympic Games host city Rio de Janeiro have fallen by 4% over the past year, with economic woes dampening a hoped-for boon from hosting the sports extravaganza.
London office take-up dips amid Brexit uncertainty
Take-up of London offices fell in the first half of the year as uncertainty in the lead-up to the EU referendum hit occupier demand.
Foreign buyers keep prime London resi market afloat
Overseas investors are shoring up the prime central London residential market following the Brexit vote as they look to take advantage of the weak pound.
Predicted household growth shows scale of housing crisis
Almost two-thirds of the property sector is pessimistic about the impact of the Brexit vote on the market and more than three-quarters are braced for a fall in investment in the UK.
Regional office take-up robust in run-up to EU referendum
Regional office take-up was reasonably robust in the second quarter of the year despite EU referendum uncertainty - but is likely to weaken in the second half in the wake of the vote, according to the latest quarterly review by Bilfinger GVA.
Lower LTVs limit potential fallout from drop in values
The UK’s commercial property sector is far less indebted than it was on the eve of the 2008 financial crisis, which should limit the damage caused by a drop in values.
Science boom brings dividends to more UK cities
The life science sector has enjoyed an explosion in growth in UK cities over the past eight years, helped by a 41% annualised increase in investment.
Realising the potential of the Northern Powerhouse
Short term investments and new projects are set to be extremely crucial in ensuring the success of the Northern Powerhouse initiative.
The Brexit shock: in numbers
Close to £15bn was wiped off the value of UK listed real estate firms and housebuilders over the first two days of trading following the UK’s shock vote to leave the EU.
Agency Survey 2016: full results and league tables
This year’s Agency Survey finds a sector in rude health - but clouds are on the horizon.
Industry has long way to go to embrace diversity
More than three-quarters of property firms have a majority male workforce and 70% have a proportion of black and minority ethnic (BAME) employees lower than the national average, according to a report by the RICS.
London still top of the pile for office investment
Central London office investment volumes reached £3.5bn in the first quarter of 2016, almost in line with the figure achieved for the same period a year ago, according to the latest data from CBRE.
Office investment slows in lead-up to referendum
Investment in the central London office market slowed sharply in the first quarter of the year amid concerns over the EU referendum, but volumes remained broadly in line with the 10-year average, according to JLL.
Leeds agents expect busy second half for city centre office take-up
Take-up in the Leeds office market continued to grow at a steady rate in the first quarter of 2016, according to recently released figures from the Leeds Office Agents’ Forum.
Brexit fears yet to hit City occupier market
Fears over a possible Brexit have yet to dampen the City occupier market, with take-up rising 31% in the first quarter of the year following a drop in activity at the end of 2015, according to Gerald Eve research.
Are people right to worry about Land Registry sale?
The Land Registry is the most comprehensive source of land and property pricing around, with £4 trillion worth of property listed on its database.
Older people carry increasing clout in housing market
The UK population is ageing - by 2039, it is expected to have increased by 10 million people to 74.3 million, one in 12 of whom will be aged 80 or over, and 19% of whom will be over 70.