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Feb 20, 2013

Mortgage lending falls 9% in January

Feb 12, 2013

London boom drives national 3.3% house price rise

Feb 11, 2013

First-time buyers fuel four year mortgage approval high

Feb 08, 2013

Second-time buyers still rely on Bank of Mum and Dad

Feb 08, 2013

Mortgages remain out of reach for under 35s

Feb 05, 2013

Homebuyers claim mortgages are easier to find

Feb 01, 2013

First-time buyer problems are ‘overstated’

Jan 31, 2013

First-time buyers numbers up 14% in 2012

Jan 30, 2013

Scotland sees 39% spike in equity release borrowing

Jan 25, 2013

FTB deposits in London to reach £100,000

Jan 22, 2013

First-time buyer spike and 90% loans herald ‘improving’ market

Jan 16, 2013

Jury still out on success of Funding for Lending

Jan 11, 2013

House prices rose 3.2% in 2012

Jan 09, 2013

FirstBuy ignites interest in new-build

Jan 08, 2013

Landlords call to criminalise benefit-claiming rent-dodgers

Dec 19, 2012

ASA bans Health Lottery ad over mortgage promise

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