Head to Southwark for a rare chance to live in the heart of the capital for a starting price of less than £160k.
A decade after the financial crisis, first-time buyers are the driving force behind the 2017 property market, with east and south London offering the best price growth prospects
First-time buyers are dominating the 2017 property market, with the sector experiencing the biggest price rises and first homes accounting for almost half of mortgage-financed purchases, despite mounting costs.
Colliers Wood passes the green space test, transport's good and shared-ownership flats start at £95k.
A new report comparing average wages to average property prices reveals where first-time buyers jointly purchasing a property can get on the ladder in London - even if they earn less than the average salary in their chosen area...
How to get on the housing ladder - everything you need to know
The top commuter hotspots for first-timers buying outside of London...
Five London areas where first-time buyers are in with a chance
Revealed: the £8bn plan for London's supersized new district
First-time buyer homes in east London hotspot tipped for growth