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Energy bills have seen the most dramatic price hike, as customers have paid on average over £200 more than the previous year.
According to new research, Brits in their 30s are spending their hard earned cash on achieving life ambitions such as renovating a home, having children and getting hitched.
Over 16,000 first-time buyers have saved thousands due to the recent stamp duty changes, the government has said.
UK annual house price growth ended 2017 at 2.6% compared with 4.5% in 2016 according to latest figures.
The Gloucestershire town of Cheltenham saw the highest percentage rise in house prices of any major UK town or city in 2017, according to new research.
More than two-thirds (35) of the top 50 best places to live in the UK are in southern England according to a new survey.
The quiet district of Hart in North East Hampshire has reclaimed the crown as the UK’s best place to live for the fifth time in six years, according to a recent survey.
One in four homeowners plan to move within the next five years and almost 10% are preparing to take their next step on the property ladder next year but face a number of barriers.
A decade of FCA mortgage data has been revealed to show trends in mortgage lending, covering the financial crisis and its aftermath.
House prices in the three months to November were 3.9% higher than in the same three months a year earlier although the annual change in November was lower than in October (4.5%) according to latest figures.
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