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Help to Buy Isa Leads to First Time Buyer Confusion

Time icon 24 August 2016 | Person icon Mark Underhill

It has emerged that the government Help to Buy scheme contains a confusing condition which has left some people with an unexpected financial shortfall

Protecting the Silver Pound – Funding your Grandchilds First Home

Time icon 31 July 2016 | Person icon Mark Underhill

With 1 in 6 first-time buyers expecting to ask their grandparents for financial support when purchasing a home, the silver bank is now open for business.

Buying Your First Home – What To Consider

Time icon 27 July 2016 | Person icon Mark Underhill

Those buying a home without the financial input of a third party are an increasingly rare breed with less than 1 in 10 believing they will ever be able to.

Rising House Prices In A Post-Brexit World

Time icon 26 July 2016 | Person icon Mark Underhill

Both the Daily Mail and the Daily Express have featured stories on the rise of house prices in the wake of the EU referendum.

First-Time Home Buyers Look To Complex Funding Schemes

Time icon 23 July 2016 | Person icon Mark Underhill

Rising house prices mean that first-time buyers have to resort to increasingly complex methods to fund the purchase of their dream home.

Separating Couples at Risk of Higher Rate Stamp Duty Penalty

Time icon 6 April 2016 | Person icon John Pratley

Divorcing and separating couples have been warned not to jump the gun on house buying, or they could get slammed with a new 3% surcharge.

Tramp wins Prescriptive Rights claim to land potentially worth £3.5m

Time icon 26 May 2007 | Person icon Bryan Nott



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