2014 surprised many people, with no sign of the long-awaited interest-rate hike and a drastic fall in the price of oil. So what does 2015 have in store?
House prices cooled in the second half of the year thanks to tougher lending rules. But the property market should get a boost from new stamp duty reforms.
A survey shows almost a quarter of homeowners have been gazumped by rival buyers at some point. So how can you avoid being outbid at the last minute?
Christmas is one of the busiest times of year for burglars, so we asked a little friend of ours for his top tips if you're planning on leaving your home alone over the festive period.
With winter already making itself felt, now is the time to have a look around the exterior of your property and make sure it’s in good shape ahead of the worst weather.
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.
It's not only the living dead that you have to worry about on Halloween. Here are some simple ways to protect your home from opportunistic thieves.
With an increase in interest rates looming, a new study shows that many people won’t be able to cope with the extra expense. We explain how to prepare.
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.
With one in 10 parents willing to pay more than £50,000 for a house in a good school catchment area, we look at some alternative methods parents have used.
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