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  • Fix your mortgage at 4.99% for 10 years

    With the Bank of England expected to hold interest rates at 0.50% for at least another year many homebuyers and those remortgaging are looking to lock into a fixed rate mortga

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 24 November 2011

  • New affordable housing plan - will it help you?

    First-time buyers struggling to get on the property ladder finally received some good news this week, after the government announced plans for a new affordable housing strateg

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 22 November 2011

  • Act now to snap up the cheapest mortgages

    UK interest rates might still be stuck at 0.5%, but the economic crisis in Europe is pushing up the cost of our mortgages with the best deals disappearing fast.

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 11 November 2011

  • What is an offset mortgage?

    With the Bank of England Base Rate stuck in 'freeze frame' at 0.5% and inflation hitting a record 5.2% in September, Britain's savers are feeling increasingly hard done by as

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 03 November 2011

  • 10 tips to beat financial woes

    In the face of fresh economic uncertainty and rising living costs, it's little wonder that near three-quarters of us are worried about our current financial situation - but th

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 11 October 2011

  • Should you fix your mortgage at 1.99%?

    The cost of fixing your mortgage for two years has fallen to an all time low and Leeds Building Society is offering the chance to fix your mortgage payments at en eye-watering

    Clare Francis

    Updated: 05 October 2011

  • More mortgage choice for first time buyers

    AFTER months of lenders only offering competitive deals to those with deposits of at least 25% to put down, is the tide finally starting to turn for first-time buyers?

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 28 September 2011

  • What will the banking reforms mean for you?

    The British banking system is facing a huge shake-up. The Independent Commission on Banking (ICB) has today published a long-awaited report that makes recommendations about ra

    Jessica Bown

    Updated: 12 September 2011

  • Base rate held again but savings rates rise

    The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee held the base rate at 0.50% again this month, marking two and a half years since it first dropped to this level.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 08 September 2011

  • Is a long-term fixed rate mortgage for you?

    FIXED mortgage rates are cheaper than ever before, making it tempting to lock in for homebuyers and those looking to remortgage to lock in for as long as they possibly can.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 07 September 2011

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