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House price growth has continued to cool in November marking the third consecutive month to see a slowdown in property price rises.
Former Irish property tycoons John and Michael Taggart have begun a multi-million pound legal battle with the Ulster Bank at the High Court in Belfast.
A significant rise in housing stock has created a better balance between supply and demand in the property market, research has shown.
The first-time buyer market in London is increasing at a significantly slower rate than in other parts of the country, according to research by the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).
Nationwide has refuted suggestions in the national media that a £900m drop in its mortgage lending is linked to an unwillingness to lend to borrowers into retirement.
Brits have accumulated £32bn of mortgage debt since July last year as the result of losing a partner, according to research from Legal & General.
Global economic worries could reduce demand and activity at the top end of the London market in 2015, leaving more concentrated house price growth in the regions next year, said the Halifax.
Freezing the over 40s out of the housing market is another example of unjustified age discrimination. according to Paul Green from Saga.
A businessman who wrote a government report that criticised RBS has been told he can no longer remain a customer of the bank, according to the BBC's Panorama programme.
The number of private rented sector tenants in poverty has doubled in the last decade from 2.1m in 2002/03 to 4.1m in 2012/13, research has revealed.
Investors are inundated with information on funds. The alternative is to invest directly. In the first of a mini-series, financial planner Rob Noble-Warren looks at property.
How low can mortgage rates go? See which banks and building societies slashed rates this week.
Website ‘We Buy Any House’ has been censured by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) for misrepresenting itself as an alternative to an estate agent while acting in a similar way.
Ed Miliband has come under attack for his party’s proposals for a Mansion Tax from an unexpected quarter.
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