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Should you fix your mortgage?

Thursday, 03 March 2011 | Article

Interest rates are set to rise in 2011 and according to the Confederation of British Industry could be as high as 2.75%, slapping an additional ...

House prices fall again - how you can protect the value of your home

Wednesday, 02 February 2011 | Article

The average house price has dropped by 1.1% since last year, according to the latest house price survey by Nationwide. 

Five factors that will boost your home's value

Tuesday, 06 September 2011 | Article

Noisy neighbours, flood plains and a sinister history - these are just some factors that can devalue your house.

FSA bans five mortgage intermediaries

Thursday, 03 December 2015 | News

The Financial Services Authority has banned five mortgage intermediaries and fined one for a range of fraudulent activities.

The dos and don'ts of mortgage fees

Thursday, 14 April 2011 | Article

Mortgage lenders are charging customers a whopping 39 different types of fee, research from Which? has revealed.

Mortgage lending remains weak

Friday, 21 January 2011 | Article

The Bank of England's January Trends in Lending report showed that mortgage approvals for house purchases fell to a 21-month low of 40,000 in December from 45,000 in November 2010 and the last peak of 60,000 in November 2009...

My estate agent hell

Thursday, 13 October 2011 | Blog | By Rebecca Rutt

I've discovered I don't like estate agents.

The impact of low interest rates on your mortgage choices

Wednesday, 19 January 2011 | Article

The bad news for savers and good news for borrowers looks likely to continue as the base rate is set to stay at its 0.5% record low for months to come. 

Are endowment mortgages still a good idea?

Tuesday, 18 January 2011 | Article

Q: We took out an endowment mortgage (90% insurance and 10% capital) of £31,500 through NatWest in 1992, based on an expected return of at least £39,000. The mortgage plan was taken out with a target of £28,000.

Loan scheme launched to aid first time buyers

Thursday, 13 January 2011 | Article

House-builder Barratt Developments is to give parents of first-time buyers the chance to help their children onto the property ladder by offering secured loans.