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Back to the books? All the apps you'll need for Uni life.

Whether you’ve just complete a gap year of travelling, or coming straight from sixth form or college, studying at univers...

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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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Fancy yourself a future homeowner? This nicer ISA may help!

The government wants to give you free money to get you on the property ladder. Believe it or not. The new Lifetime IS...

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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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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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First time buyer? Here's everything you need to look out for!*relief*

If you are a first time buyer, you might think it would be easy to move on after a couple of years. But bear in mind every move...

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How to make an offer on your first home. Magic.

It is important to consider a variety of factors when choosing your price level in order to achieve the right deal for you....

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Applying for a mortgage? Well done you. Need a helping hand?

This process is not quite as quick and easy as it was before the financial crash.

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