London real estate is in a state of collapse as the price of homes are rising rapidly, leaving buyers frustrated and tenants feeling let down.

Read more The number of properties under construction across London has more than doubled since 2012, while the number of homes in private ownership is at a record high.

And as prices fall, the number who have the financial means to buy and rent has increased dramatically, driving up the demand for homes, making them more expensive for others.

This has been happening for a long time, with London becoming a very expensive place to live, writes Andrew Rennie.

So, what is causing this?

As property prices rise, the demand is increasing for properties.

And as demand increases, more people want to own them.

So, it’s not just that the number and quality of homes being built has increased, it has also become increasingly unaffordable.

When the market collapsesThe last time London experienced such a severe downturn in property prices was in the early 1990s, and it was in that time that property prices were plummeting and people were left living in cramped, poorly-maintained houses, unable to buy or rent their own homes.

This has continued for years, and has caused a major crisis for the property market.

According to figures from Nationwide, the average price of a home in London is now just £400,000, and is falling rapidly.

In addition, there is an increase in the number that are being rented out, making it harder for those who are looking to buy to do so.

For many, the reality of being in London now is not an option.

Why are properties so expensive?

It’s not because of the housing crisis, but because the supply of homes has been falling for years.

As a result, the cost of building and maintaining a house has gone up.

Even though London is a city with a large population, it is only home to just over 20% of the population.

The population is ageing rapidly, and many of the young people who are moving into London are leaving the city for good.

Therefore, there’s a shortage of houses, which means that the price rises are driving people out.

Meanwhile, the quality of the properties being built in the capital is declining.

There’s a lack of affordable housing in the area, as well as a shortage in the supply, meaning that it’s difficult to find homes in London that suit your budget.

While this could be a problem for some, it could also be a benefit for many, as people can save money by buying smaller properties and renting them out.

What are the other reasons for the increase in prices?

As a whole, the supply has fallen.

Although the number, quality and quantity of homes have increased, the housing supply is not keeping up with demand.

Many people are living longer than their parents or grandparents, and that means there are more people needing housing.

That means the demand and supply for homes have become much tighter, which has caused prices to rise.

Since 2010, the price for a property in London has risen by nearly 50%.

So far this year, the figure for a home has increased by almost 100%.

And it has been this rising demand that has fuelled the rise in prices.

Why is this happening?

Because of the high cost of housing.

The average price per square metre of homes across the capital has risen from £2,400 to £3,800 since 2010.

However, that’s only around 20% over the average house price in the UK.

It means that for every £1 a property costs, it will cost around £50 more than it did a year ago.

At the same time, the government has slashed the housing benefit cap, making buying a home much more expensive.

But the real issue is that this is just a part of a much larger trend.

Over the past decade, the UK has become the second largest economy in the world, with a GDP of £27 trillion.

More and more people are leaving London for good, and the number moving out of the city has risen dramatically.

Now, it seems that London is on the verge of going the way of the dodo.

What are other factors driving up prices in London?

There are other issues that are also pushing up prices.

Firstly, there are a number of factors, including Brexit, that have created a huge supply of cheap, vacant homes that are not suitable for people.

Secondly, the fact that housing stock has increased means that there is a shortage that is creating demand for properties, which is pushing prices up. 

What can you do to help?

As we said at the start of the article, the key is to stay focused on buying, as this is the only way to avoid being left with a broken house.

If you can’t afford to buy, then renting is the best option, as it allows you