Previously the supplement, which is edited by Anne Spackman, only had a London and south east reach. The national rollout will also see it increase its pagination from 28 to 48 pages.
Times ad sales director Mathew Watkins said that the rollout followed on from the success the paper had with its first nationwide issue published in March
"As a platform for advertisers Bricks & Mortar presents a unique advertising opportunity for companies looking to reach people who are passionate about property," he said.
This Friday's issue will include an overseas property special and features on properties in Manchester and Yorkshire towns by the sea.
Robert Thomson, editor of The Times, said: "Anne is the UK's premier property writer, and with her team she has created an outstanding product that is unrivalled. The national distribution will ensure that we can offer readers around the UK insights, trends, facts and figures from the world of property."
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