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

A long row of Victorian townhouses in West Hampstead, London.

House prices rise in outer London

Residential prices are rising faster in the suburbs

Can we hold on to our interest-only mortgage?

HSBC wants to move us to a repayment loan

Lenders sign up for first-time buyer Isa

Subsidy scheme for deposit savings attracts largest UK groups

UK --- Combine Harvesting Field --- Image by © Skyscan/CORBIS

Harvesting returns from UK farmland

Spectacular gains focus attention on agricultural property

The time to fret over buy-to-let?

The bubble may burst when interest rates rise

Property cyber crime is escalating

Scammers are targeting conveyance lawyers

Mortgages aim to score with athletes

Move aims to overcome tightening of eligibility rules

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Can I claim back IHT on property?

Will falling prices affect the tax owed?

Women and money: the struggle to juggle

Female breadwinners face tricky balancing act

Chart that tells a story — Summer Budget

Personal tax increases are expected to exceed tax cuts by far

Budget may really affect house prices

George Osborne might be one of my readers

Budget grants new powers to Revenue

Tax authority wins powers to recover taxpayer debts and access more online payment data

Summer Budget: personal finances

How the changes could affect you

Tax changes aim to subdue buy to let boom

Estate agents warn that rents are likely to rise in response

Q&A: How exposed are you to Greece?

What the Greek crisis means for your assets

Living the dream in your self-build home

Lower costs and higher quality may be the result of hard work

Chart that tells a story — retirement saving

Properties, not pensions, are seen as the best bet

Home lenders urged to help older borrowers

Brokers says age discrimination exists in home loan market


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