House prices in London are falling.
That's unusual — prices in the capital have been characterised by decades of turbo-growth.
Here are the factors driving the slowdown.
LONDON — Something very unusual is happening to house prices in London: they're falling.
New figures from Acadata on Monday reported dramatic price falls in the capital. The data firm said London prices dropped 4.3% in the year to January, the biggest fall since August 2009. That echoes every other major index, with RICS and...