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Mortgages could get cheaper as a cut in interest rates is likely - but fix for five years to be certain
Boost for first-time buyers as mortgage rates battle hots
HSBC pays out record £1.1bn to US investors after long-running battle over high-risk mortgages
When should you stop saving + buy? First-time buyers can buy 3 years sooner with smaller deposit (but it costs more)
Homeowners mistakenly believe they can rely on government help if they lose their income
Top 20 best places in the UK for young professionals - South coast town tops the list (and it’s not Brighton)
Can you name the only London borough with no £1M properties? New research shows 1 in 5 homes in London cost more
Don't just rely on house prices rising: Families hoping to move up property ladder urged to save for next deposit
Glut of homes to rent in May forces landlords to lower rents in wake of stamp duty hike
High street sales show surprise jump in May as shoppers brush aside Brexit fears and spend cash on summer outfits
Reprieve for struggling Greek economy as eurozone grants another £5.9billion in rescue funds
Britain should CUT not raise taxes after Brexit, says ALEX BRUMMER: Even Osborne's allies at the IMF oppose mad plan
Search reveals fewer than 1,300 houses for sale that a household earning one average salary can afford
HSBC pays out record £1.1bn to US investors after long-running battle over high-risk mortgages
Mortgage war intensifies as Halifax + Nationwide lower rates AGAIN amid suggestions Brexit will prompt base rate cut
Could car-buyers' PCP become the new PPI? Claims lawyers look into the miss-selling of finance deals
Sterling and the stock market bounce back after rollercoaster week ahead of the EU referendum
Unemployment rate falls to lowest since 2005 - as number of people born abroad working in UK rise to more than 5.2m
Buy-to-let purchases fall drastically and could take months to recover after stamp duty surge
Steady for now but what about after next week? UK inflation sticks at 0.3% as nation gears up for Brexit vote
Will the pound really plunge 20% if UK goes for Brexit (and should we care)?
New mortgage price war means borrowers with small deposits can save up to £1,500 a year
Property sales drop by 45% after March's buy-to-let investor rush - average house price is rising by an annual 9.2%
House Prices Expected To See Short Term
Two-fifths of people 'would need to borrow to pay off shock £500 bill'
RBS sued for £145m over its alleged role in huge carbon trading VAT fraud
Survey claims a raft of high-earners and that nearly 50,000 make over a £1m
Number of retirees expecting to leave an inheritance HALVES in 5 years as they dole out money to support families
The 'gift' that pushes you into debt: Unrequested credit limit increases harming borrowers, warns charity
Lending Officer, South East: Our client, an up and coming, growingname in the Retail and Commerc... #jobs
Good news kids! Weekly pocket money nudges up to a nine-year high – but how much should you give?
New £5 with image of Sir Winston Churchill revealed as Bank of England prepares its first ever plastic note
Average house price in Greater London breaches the £600,000 mark - while values fall across the rest of the country
TSB boosts Classic Plus account with new credit card cashback deal - bumping up potential earnings to £217 a year
Fixed-rate cash Isa accounts are on the up - but be sure you are happy to tie up your money before taking the plunge
HSBC offers a tempting £200 switch and stay current account bonus - but you need to earn over £26,000
Banks pledge to make it easier for families to manage their loved ones' finances
Eurozone jobs crisis rumbles on as unemployment remains at 10.2%
Households £12 better off in April than a year ago as low inflation boosted spending power to £200 a week
Brexit Warnings Wrong On Trade:
4,000 new PPI cases still reported every
Dip in number of mortgage approvals following 'stamp duty spike'
New home registrations fall 1% in three months - but North and South East see a surge in construction activity
Payday loan complaints triple in a year - despite crackdown on unscrupulous lending
Rip-off pension fees banned at last: Regulator caps exit fees at 1% for savers who want to enjoy new freedoms
Is it still worth paying off your mortgage as soon as you can? Do super-low interest rates threaten this wisdom?
Do YOU trust your spouse with money? 2/5 married men and women lie to their partner about finances
Top gripes about pension freedom revealed: Delays, admin, fees and compulsory financial advice anger savers the most
Taxman picks up record £1.2bn in stamp duty in a month as landlords rushed to beat Osborne's buy-to-let tax hike
Chancellor George Osborne misses debt target as public borrowing exceeds OBR £72bn forecast by £4bn
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