‘Generation Rent’ to swell by 1m by 2021

Buy-to-let will outstrip government housebuilding targets

FT Property

How can I boost my savings?

We have £200,000 to invest

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FCA warns over self-certified mortgages

Watchdog hits out at companies abroad offering banned home loans

Riskier loans launched for London property

Offer enables off-plan flats to be ‘flipped’ to a mortgaged buyer


Is this the end for buy-to-let?

Tax shake-up in April leads to a rush to complete purchases

Merryn Somerset Webb, byline picture

Why London house prices will crash

Add it all up and the future for the capital’s house prices seems grim. Yet I’m buying


How can I get money from my house?

Capital gains tax could be payable further down the line

Never Ever

Will I pay CGT on London flat sale?

Move to New York could incur tax on both sides of the Atlantic

London Property

Landlords bullish over interest rate rise

Buy-to-let owners shrug off changes to the sector

How should I invest a £300k windfall?

Should I have a buy-to-let elsewhere?

Conveyancing service Veyo comes unstuck

Project will receive ‘no further investment’

HS2, roads, airports . . . get compensation

Could you qualify for blight relief?

Best of Money: Do I face more stamp duty?

My first home is a buy-to-let, but I want to live in the second

London first time buyers still priced out

Median earners will not be able to afford even cheapest boroughs

The big question — should I remortgage?

It’s time to look at the deal you’re on

More people buy first home mortgage-free

Inheritances and ‘bank of mum and dad’ help but many manage to save by themselves

Lenders ease remortgage pain

Your existing bank could offer a better deal than you expect

How can I meet cost of care home fees?

Strategy depends on your attitude to risk

Don’t expect central banks to get it right

Fed dithers and the Bank of England sends out lending warnings

Millions remain a long way from home

Could Help to Buy savings scheme add to price pressure


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