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Feb 14, 2015

Buyers almost 10 per cent better off than renters

Jan 20, 2015

Lord Mandelson brands Labour mansion tax ‘crude’

Jan 20, 2015

Bank of Mum and Dad worth £30bn

Jan 07, 2015

First-time buyer numbers up 50 per cent in two years

Jan 07, 2015

Mayor of London announces two first-time buyer schemes

Dec 16, 2014

Help to Buy 2 applicant household income between £30-40k – Aldermore

Dec 15, 2014

PM launches discount home scheme for 100,000 first-time buyers

Dec 11, 2014

First-time buyer numbers leap in October – CML

Dec 02, 2014

Government must prioritise use of empty homes

Nov 12, 2014

Cost of borrowing for first-time buyers at record high

Nov 07, 2014

Average Help to Buy 2 deposit falls to under £9,000

Oct 13, 2014

How to choose an estate agent

Oct 10, 2014

Two thirds of movers had estate agent trouble

Oct 09, 2014

Is home ownership a reality for the next generation?

Oct 01, 2014

Cameron hails success of Help to Buy

Sep 29, 2014

Thirty-somethings dominate first time buyer market

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