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Buy to let: is it still worth it?
Major London housing association L&Q calls an end to Fixed Term Tenancies
Tenants of London and Quadrant (L&Q) Housing Trust, the second largest housing association in the UK, will no longer have…
Law Commission proposes plans for a fairer deal for leaseholders
The Law Commission has drawn up plans to reform leaseholders’ rights to buy the freehold to their property or to extend their…
Property prices in the North West rocket, while Londoners experience an annual drop in prices
Property prices in the North West have risen faster than anywhere else in the UK, according to latest official figures.
Your shout: Moneywise readers have their say in August 2018
Each month we publish the best comments, emails and letters from our readers. Here are the best of August 2018.
Rightmove: 'Back-to-school season' sees house prices rebound following summer lull
House prices increased by 0.7% in September, with signs confidence is returning to the London market, according to property…
Mark Carney warns no-deal Brexit could cause massive house price falls
Homeowners could be at significant risk of crashing house prices in the event of no deal being struck between Britain and the…
If I transfer a property to my sister without payment, will we still be liable for stamp duty?
One of our experts answers a reader's question.
Property auctions: how to avoid hammer horrors
Buying at auction is an increasingly popular way to pick up a bargain.Your home sale or purchase will go through much…
Most tenants don’t want three-year tenancies, report shows
The majority of tenants are not keen on the idea of three-year tenancy agreements, new research has revealed.The…
Top state schools push property prices up by 15%
Property prices have grown nearly twice as fast in areas that are close to top performing English state schools over the past…
Mortgages: should you commit to a 10-year fix?
With the Bank of England’s base rate rising above 0.5% to 0.75% for the first time since March 2009, the question on many…
These jobs face a 100-year wait to buy a home
Workers on lower incomes could face a wait of more than 100 years before their dreams of home ownership become a reality,…