New homebuyers with small deposits can now fix their loans for a decade. But is this long-term security worth the extra costs and restrictions?
Buyers are feeling pressured to purchase a home without checking it properly for damage, leaving many with hefty repair bills after moving in, research shows.
Renewable energy experts have criticised Government plans to water down a move to make all new-build homes "zero-carbon".
A quarter of people who have their homes broken into suffer anxiety, depression or other mental health problems afterwards, according to a new study.
New research shows that older people frequently fail to claim on their home policies due to fears costs will rise in future.
The government has blocked a Labour proposal to stop agents overcharging new renters. But the party has other plans to increase security for tenants.
Loud music, screaming children and, umm, X-rated noises. These are just some of the reasons people take to social media to rant about their neighbours.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has admitted that steps could soon be taken to cool Britain's surging housing market.
The idea of a smart, digital home is becoming a more common and accepted idea, according to new research by a British energy company.
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