If you’re looking to move home this year, there is a wealth of information available to help you find your perfect location.
Housing-market predictions are notoriously inaccurate, yet forecasters seem to agree values are likely to rise over the next 12 months. Writer Neil Faulkner asks by how much?
Three-quarters of people nearing retirement don’t know what income they can expect once they stop working. Here are five steps to work out your future retirement income.
Are house prices set to rise or fall? Money writer Neil Faulkner looks at whether property price predictions and forecasts can be trusted.
Southampton, Blackpool and Hull top the list of the most promising areas to purchase a buy-to-let property, according to research by HSBC.
The OFT has issued a warning about misleading practices holiday companies use to trick travellers into spending more cash. Money journalist Neil Faulkner highlights the traps to look out for.
It's possible to move home even if you can only scrape together a 5 per cent deposit, provided you shop around for a mortgage. Money journalist Neil Faulkner explains how.
New mobile phone app OrSaveIt aims to turn you from an impulse buyer into an impulse saver. Money journalist Neil Faulkner looks at how it works.
Want £30,000 a year to live on when you retire? You'll need to save half a million pounds to fund it. Neil Faulkner explains why young people's retirement income expectations are flawed.
Neil Faulkner looks at goods you might not have thought to buy secondhand, but it’s definitely worth considering.
Neil Faulkner waded his way through a mountain of claims as a paralegal before moving on to be an insurance consultant and claims manager. He is a long-term investor, and one-time property owner and landlord. He writes about property, investing, insurance, consumer issues, and helping people get out of debt misery. View more from Neil
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