New UK mortgage rules will hit foreign workers

Currency, banknotes, Euros, Dollars Swiss Francs

Lenders pull out of market ahead of new EU rules

Borrowers switch from interest only loans

Households respond to fears about repayment

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Wealth management tips for footballers

Surviving a career of two halves is no easy task

Mortgage lending at seven-year high

Low interest rates and surge in buy-to-let lending

Family feuds fuel rise in will disputes

Solicitors blame disjointed families and rising estate values

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Brokers press for equity release boost

Regulator looks to enhance options for older people

Return of subprime no cause for concern

There is little point to a financial system only catering for the wealthy

First-time buyers struggle across Europe

Consumers agree price falls would benefit society

House prices near top schools soar

Parents compete to land property near chosen school

Chart: UK mortage lending

Chart that tells a story — the rush to remortgage

A mixed picture — but interest rates are generally low

Deals flood buy-to-let mortgage market

Lenders bid to attract cash from pensioners

Remortgaging hits four-year high

More borrowers sign up for deals expecting interest rates to rise

Mortgage lending hits seven-year high

Interest rate fears prompt borrowers to seek deals

Landlords face £5,000 bill for Home Office enforced evictions

Lawyers warn over cost of new immigration checks

Are you ready for a rate rise?

How to prepare your finances

Chart that tells a story — Rental growth

What rising rents mean for buy-to-let investors

Homeowners warned low mortgages to end

Era of rock-bottom house loans drawing to a close

How to . . . let your house when moving

An FT correspondent’s experience of renting out his London home

Reforms cut stamp duty bill for thousands

But some paid average of £28,000 more tax after change

London generates half of UK stamp duty

Housing demand subdued in capital after tax reforms


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