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For the next few years, inflation and interest rates will be locked in an awkward two-step
Householders should protect their finances by responding now to inflation, tax rises and rate increases
Era of ultra-low deals disappearing fast as markets brace for BoE increase in cost of borrowing
Lenders have been slow to heed Boris Johnson’s call to action on mortgage terms
Move is attempt to bring more certainty for borrowers as threat of rate rises grows
It’s time to review mortgage deals and investment portfolios
It loses its premium over time, so mortgage providers are more reluctant to lend to those with small deposits
Is it too late to put the shares into a stocks and shares Isa?
Court case over 1990s’ shared appreciation mortgages has lessons for today
Most people in the UK are panicking about their pensions — but for vastly different reasons
Empty nesters must consider personal and social issues as well as money and tax
Competition between lenders is spreading beyond the mainstream UK market for owner-occupiers
As cities relax pandemic restrictions and workers move back, competition for rented property is fierce
If you’re single, financial independence is both liberating and intimidating
Plus, what does it mean when the lease on the flat I’m buying is ‘defective’?
The 0.79 per cent offer from Platform marks the latest escalation of competition in the mortgage market
American homeowners are keen to buy but investors fear that mortgage lender profitability has peaked
We can’t find a buyer so are considering leasing it to our local housing association
Borrowers claim they are ‘trapped in their homes until their deaths’
HM Revenue & Customs’ latest guidance says it will refund the money before checking eligibility
Nationwide says 2.1% monthly rise is second largest in 15 years
Areas around cities recording higher increases than urban centres, Halifax says
More owners stay put in response to pandemic, valuing larger properties and settled communities
My father has offered to give me £250 a month for each
From mortgages to pensions, the odds are stacked against those who work for themselves