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We look through the key points from the Autumn Budget, with a focus on taxation, housing and welfare.
Just seven months remain until the UK leaves the European Union, and with an ever increasing chance of a “No-Deal Brexit”, we take a look at what that means for you.
When taking out a new mortgage, or even remortgaging, you will need to answer questions and provide information about your finances. Here’s what you can expect…
Despite the base interest rate increasing in November 2017 - the first increase in more than a decade - the Bank of England has announced another increase.
For the first time in 23 years, the number of first-time buyers has exceeded the number of current home owners looking to sell.
Mortgage rates look set to increase, with many in the industry claiming it is better to take out a mortgage sooner rather than later.
According to a leading investments firm, workers should have double their annual salaries in savings by the time they reach their mid-30s.
Lifetime ISAs are almost a year old, but many people are still confused about how to claim their 25% interest.
The new tax year has arrived, and with it comes sweeping changes to the way you pay tax…
With interest rates set to rise, now could be the best time to take out a new mortgage.
New mortgages for houses fell to the lowest amount since January 2015.
A large number of customers in the UK do not realise that a wider range of mortgage product choices are available from mortgage brokers.
The 2017 Budget was delivered on 22nd November by Chancellor Philip Hammond, and contained big changes, particularly for first time buyers.
Despite mortgage numbers falling, levels of consumer credit stays strong.
38 of all mortgages taken out in 2017 will not be paid back until the borrower is at least 65.
The housing market slowdown appears to be coming to a halt as mortgage lending picks up pace.
An unexpected result in the General Election has left uncertainty surrounding key policies, particularly involving personal finance.
A report from Legal & General reveals that parental and family loans for property will increase by 30% in 2017.
Mortgage lending fell last month as the housing market has appeared to settle down.