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I have recently retired, and I am in the process of moving my defined contribution work pension (Sipp).
Some 750,000 people who have fallen behind on their mortgage repayments could be due redress, after the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) found they may have had their outstanding debts unfairly...
The average price of a property in the UK is eight times the average wage, according to analysis of Office for National Statistics and Land Registry data.
A legal challenge from private landlords to block incoming changes on mortgage tax relief has been rejected by London’s High Court.
The government has decided not to extend its Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme beyond the end of 2016, as previously planned.
If you’re looking to take your first step onto the property ladder, you’ll need a mortgage agreement in principle before sellers will take your offer seriously.
The UK’s property market showed signs of slowing in August, with mortgage approvals slumping to a seven month low, according to the latest figures from the BBA.
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