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It's time to spruce up your spending: have a financially fit 2017

Kickstarting your financial spring cleaning is easier than you think, and there’s no better day to start. The weather suc...

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How to move house without nasty surprise costs.

When you are focused on securing your mortgage, your property, and your completion, it’s easy to overlook the need to scr...

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Moving? Don't forget to budget for these payments.

A mortgage lender will usually insist you have buildings insurance, which covers the structure of the property including fixtur...

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Congrats! Your offer has been accepted.. but now what?

A deposit should be given to your estate agent or solicitor who holds it in an escrow (ring-fenced) account, then sends it on a...

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What kind of mortgage should I get? Good question.

This means you repay the capital and the interest over the set period, usually 25 or 30 years. Before the crash, lend...

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All you need for choosing your first home. Don't make these mistakes!

Too many people make mistakes in buying property, which can affect your well-being and your finances.

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Moving in – how to cut costs and make life easier

Have a look at this guide to find out what you need to know before the big day.

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Saving for a new pad? Need some help? Here's a helping hand.

In fact, 154,200 people managed to buy their first property in the first half of 2016 – that's 10 per cent more than ...

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While you're renting, a breakdown guide for renting newbies.

If you are renting, perhaps while saving your deposit, here’s a memo of the most important things you need to know as a t...

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