Latest estimates show house prices up 1.6% over the last three months
Policy-makers had already pledged to keep rates at their record low until the unemployment rate falls to 7 per cent
Surveyors expect the number of transactions and house prices to continue rising
George Osborne’s £12bn scheme to help first-time buyers could backfire by creating a housing bubble and distorting the economic recovery, MPs warned the Chancellor last night.
Grown up children are increasingly less likely to fly the nest says new research
Rise represents the seventh consecutive monthly increase
If your partner takes more than their share of the cash there is little you can do about it
Dirty tricks are being employed to maximise sale commissions
Tiny Elmbridge shows growing disparity between London and rest of the country
Investigation finds lenders ignore guidelines and don't publish true APRs for some customers
We're being sucked into a world of superficially friendly exchanges
Godalming sparked interest in sedate south-west Surrey in 1881 when its townsfolk became the first in the world to benefit from a public supply of electricity.
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The bill for mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) at taxpayer-backed Lloyds Banking Group smashed through the £5 billion barrier today as claims against the bank continue to pile up.
House prices continued to edge lower last month and the market is expected to remain subdued but stable into 2013, the Halifax said today.
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