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To celebrate the New Year we have launched a competition to win a third generation Amazon Echo! Now is the…Continue reading »
What is a three-year fixed rate mortgage and should you get one?
HOMEOWNERS are increasingly choosing to take out a three-year fixed-rate mortgage according to consumer experts at Which?. Historically, deals for…Continue reading »
How has stamp duty affected landlords?
A RAPID fall in the number of landlords and soaring rent prices follows the introduction of stamp duty and tax…Continue reading »
What does a no-deal Brexit mean for the housing market outside London?
With the prospect of a no-deal Brexit now a reality, many are wondering what that will mean for the housing…Continue reading »
Government risks the wrath of renters and landlords
IN the last ten years there has been a 74 per cent rise in private renters, bringing the total number…Continue reading »
Punishing landlords with Buy-to-Let tax has left tenants out of pocket
A TOUGH stance on taxes for private landlords has driven up rents by squeezing supply. In April 2016, the Government…Continue reading »
Help to Buy Extended
The Autumn Budget delivered some good news for Britain's housebuilders as it was confirmed there would be an extension of…Continue reading »
Mortgage approvals remain unchanged in September, Bank of England figures reveal
The Bank of England has revealed mortgage approvals have remained steady throughout September. Figures from the Money and Credit report…Continue reading »
Centre for Social Justice report: How can the UK increase supply of affordable homes?
Visionary Finance joins with the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) to look at how the UK can increase the supply…Continue reading »
Budget 2018: What can we expect?
With the 2018 Autumn Budget just around the corner what could the Chancellor do to help build more homes and…Continue reading »