15 years UK house price boom predicted A man known as "Mr Property" has said that the UK is in the middle of a 15-year property boom with "no sign" of bust. How to make the average UK salary without turning up to work Landlords made £112bn in the year to the end of March - an average of over £24,000 each per annum Jump in mortgage approvals hits six-year high as housing market bounces back Jump in mortgage approvals should lead house prices rises over the summer - according to leading economists. UK house prices to increase with Conservative win Britain could be about to see house prices surge following the Conservatives’ election victory, according to experts. International investors rush back into UK property market Estate agents were reporting calls from buyers at the top end of the property market, as the Conservatives’ shock election win lifted fears of a mansion tax on £2m-plus homes. General Election 2015: Property experts play down ballot box fears General Elections past and present have had little effect on the UK’s commercial property market, economists at property advisory firm say. General Election 2015: Property experts play down ballot box fears General Elections past and present have had little effect on the UK’s commercial property market, economists at property advisory firm Colliers have claimed. Where Are The Best Investment Property Hotspots In The UK? You could be forgiven for thinking that anyone who wants to make money from investment property should head to London. British expats increasingly looking to invest in property back home More British expats are looking to buy property in the UK, with London the most popular location for real estate investment from this group of buyers, it is claimed. UK house prices up 1% in April, according to latest index Annual house price growth in the UK edged up to 5.2% in April from 5.1% in March, according to the latest index from the Nationwide building society. UK Buy to let lending outpacing residential loans Buy to let lending in the UK increased by 20% year on year in the first three months of 2015, outpacing residential lending which was up by just 1.6%, a new analysis shows. Buy-to-let landlords earn returns of up to 1,400% since 1996 Buy-to-let landlords have hit the investment jackpot by earning returns of almost 1,400% since 1996, leaving the performance of shares, bonds and cash trailing in the wake of Britain’s property boom.