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Nov 07, 2013

Brits pay highest property taxes in developed world

Nov 04, 2013

Ex-England boss reveals adviser’s dodgy property investments

Nov 01, 2013

North-south reposession divide hits post-crunch high

Oct 30, 2013

Boris Johnson urged to back overseas buyers Stamp Duty hike

Oct 28, 2013

North East fuels 1.5% house price rise

Oct 23, 2013

Landlords face £188m in tenant immigration check costs

Oct 18, 2013

Buy-to-let sector at risk from interest rate rise

Oct 17, 2013

Student lets remain untapped buy-to-let market

Oct 15, 2013

Midlands and London drive 3.8% house price rise

Oct 02, 2013

FCA to consult on mortgage terms after tracker hikes

Sep 30, 2013

Mutuals and remortgagors drive August lending surge

Sep 26, 2013

Clydesdale compensation: what borrowers need to know

Sep 25, 2013

Tracker mortgage rise: can lenders get away with it?

Sep 25, 2013

Glasgow top for student rent

Sep 23, 2013

West Brom increases tracker rate for 6,700 borrowers; fears other lenders will follow

Sep 17, 2013

London house prices soar 9.7% – ONS

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