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Buy to let: is it still worth it?
Which banks have passed on rate cuts?
Interest rates have fallen by 3% since October, and are expected to continue to fall in the months ahead. Low interest rates…
Take cover with mortgage protection
The credit crunch continues to bite and redundancies and repossessions are on the rise, meaning more of us are feeling pain on…
Is buy-to-let dead?
Buy-to-let is a vital component of the UK housing market, not only because landlords supply non-homeowners with places to live…
Could you be an Olympic winner?
Now that the 2008 Beijing Olympics are behind us, all eyes are now focused on London 2012 and canny investors may find some…
Reforming stamp duty: what are the options?
Chancellor Alistair Darling is believed to be looking at a number of measures to restore confidence in the UK’s stalling…
Should I sell my endowment?
I signed up for a 25-year endowment policy in 1989. I have never drawn on this for my mortgage and have instead kept it on…
Where next for first-time buyers?
2008 is certainly shaping up to be an interesting year for first-time buyers. On one hand, the credit crunch seems to be…
Check your council tax valuation
Households in the wrong council tax band could be due thousands of pounds of refunds for overpayments.Here's how to get…
Cashing in on your home
Amid a credit crunch, a stagnant property market and tightening lending criteria, one area of financial services continues to…
How to buy your dream place in the sun
Owning a holiday home in the sun used to be seen as a luxury reserved for the rich. But more than 800,000 Brits now own a…
Profit from student property
If there's one regret I share with my parents about my time at university in Sheffield, it's not buying a house. Back in…