Media hype around London's house price boom has led sellers elsewhere in the UK to think their homes are worth more than they really are, finds new research.
If you’re selling a property, some well-worn phrases are guaranteed to put buyers on their guard. We explain how to get your home’s marketing right.
Just 11% of people think having life insurance is a top priority when buying a new home. But who's going to cover the mortgage should the worst happen?
New lending rules means the banks have more excuses than ever to turn down home-loan customers. We explain how to avoid being caught out.
Research suggests many borrowers are being overambitious when buying a new home. But a rise in interest rates means they could get a nasty shock.
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?
From the end of April, lenders will subject mortgage applications to greater scrutiny – and this could affect your chances of buying a home.
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Names like Fanny Street and Slag Lane may make us laugh but rude street names can knock thousands of pounds off the value of your home, finds new research.
Money – or the lack of it – is causing couples to fast-forward relationships, as 21% admit finances caused them to move in together sooner than planned.
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