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Sep 27, 2021

Homebuyers pay £40,000 premium for sustainable properties

Homes with higher energy ratings are worth up to an average of £40,000 more than lower ra...
Sep 22, 2021

Over 80% of borrowers searching for fixed rate mortgages

Eight in ten people looking for a mortgage in August were seeking out a fixed rate deal, f...
Sep 21, 2021

Treasury raises £12.3bn in stamp duty despite tax holiday

The Treasury has pulled in £12.3bn in stamp duty since the beginning of the tax holiday i...
Sep 21, 2021

August sees boost in the number of homes sold

The Stamp Duty holiday, super-low mortgage rates and the shift to working from home are al...

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Jul 05, 2021

Pandemic ‘offers silver lining’ for first-time buyers

Jun 30, 2021

Homebuyers make £5,000 stamp duty saving

Jun 29, 2021

Mortgage approvals rise in May buoyed by stamp duty holiday extension

Jun 29, 2021

House prices grow at fastest rate since November 2004

Jun 23, 2021

Grandparents gift £1m of property wealth a day during stamp duty holiday

Jun 22, 2021

Property sales slowed in May

Jun 21, 2021

Mortgage fees and rates rise

Jun 16, 2021

House prices fell in April but dip ‘only temporary’

Jun 14, 2021

Renting cheaper than buying for first time since 2014

Jun 09, 2021

First-time buyers taking high LTV mortgages fear negative equity

Jun 08, 2021

More choice for borrowers as mortgage product numbers rise

Jun 07, 2021

House prices hit another record high after £22,000 annual gains

May 19, 2021

Homebuyers face ‘jumping through hoops’ as house prices rocket

May 13, 2021

Surge in 95% loan-to-value mortgage availability

Apr 30, 2021

Annual house price inflation hits 7.1 per cent in April

Mar 25, 2021

HSBC UK and Post Office join Tesco Bank as multiple winners

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