High street agents are being undercut by their online rivals. We highlight how they differ and look at new ways to buy and sell.
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Over-55s are increasingly turning to the partial sale of their homes through equity release to fund their lives - often as a retirement option.
Our expert advises a reader on how much CGT they will have to pay upon selling their home and any possible ways to avoid paying.
Our expert advises a reader on how they can protect their home from being used to pay for any possible long-term care.
Some 73% of houses were sold in January for less than the asking price, according to a new report by the National Association of Estate Agents.
Selling your home online may cost less than on the high street – but shop around as fees for 'extras' can push the price up.
A third of homeowners over 60 would consider downsizing but up to half cannot afford to move to a retirement property locally.
We advise a reader on whether their family will have to pay inheritance tax when they take ownership of their home.
With the potential to get bids over the asking price, open houses are ideal for sellers – but buyers need to be cautious.
The proportion of homes selling for their asking price in England and Wales hit a 10-year high in March at 96.2%.
Property sales in the six months to September 2013 rose to their highest level since the start of the housing downturn in 2007, according to new research.
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