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  • Make the most of low cost mortgages

    Homeowners with variable rate mortgages face some tough decisions after the Bank of England base rate was last week left at 0.5% for the 28th month in a row.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 11 July 2011

  • Should you get an offset mortgage?

    You've probably heard of offset mortgages but if you're not really sure what they are and how they work, don't worry you aren't alone.

    Clare Francis

    Updated: 07 July 2011

  • Fixed rate mortgages fall

    The average interest rate on two-year fixed-rate mortgages has fallen to the lowest level the Bank of England dropped the base rate to 0.50% in March 2009.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 30 June 2011

  • Live webchat: Got a question about mortgages?

    Should you fix now? First-time buyer? Interest only or repayment? Join Clare Francis & experts David Hollingworth from mortgage broker L&C Mortgages and Richard Tolcha

    Clare Francis

    Updated: 28 June 2011

  • How to get on the property ladder

    Property prices may be flat or falling in many areas but life is still tough for those trying to get onto the first rung of the housing ladder.

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 23 June 2011

  • How to improve your credit score

    Borrowers with less than perfect credit scores can find their applications for the best credit card and loan deals rejected, but there are ways to improve your chances of bein

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 08 June 2011

  • What mortgage should you go for?

    If the end of your current mortgage deal is in sight, or you're looking to buy a new home, planning your next move is no easy feat as fears of imminent interest rate rises are

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 02 June 2011

  • Focus on: Best two-year fixed mortgage

    Yorkshire Building Society has launched a new market-leading two year fixed rate mortgage, but is it the deal for you? Read on to find out more...

    Clare Francis

    Updated: 02 June 2011

  • Age of first time buyers hits 38

    Steep house prices and the on-going shortage of mortgages mean more than six million Brits have given up on the idea of buying a home - but it's not all doom and gloom for fir

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 20 May 2011

  • What will happen to house prices?

    The stuttering housing market continues to struggle to make any real headway, according to the latest figures from house price analysts, but where does this leave buyers and s

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 11 May 2011

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