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Why Did I Climb Mount Kilimanjaro?

In support of a good friend of mine who’s daughter sadly contracted meningitis and passed away, 18 of us decided…

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Changes to lending criteria for right-to-buy mortgages could benefit potential homeowners.

Recent changes in lending criteria for the Government’s right-to-buy scheme means that it’s now possible for council and housing association…

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Post-party conference round-up. What does it mean for housing?

With the party conference season all but over, it is worth taking a look at what the parties of Government…

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Eight questions your mortgage lender will ask – and why

The mortgage application process can often feel a little invasive. Sharing the innermost details of your finances and future life…

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With northern devolution hanging in the balance, is housing policy the biggest loser?

Last week, summer officially ended as schools reopened and our politicians resumed their place in parliament. One of the first…

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Brexit: will we really be free from the clutches of EU regulation?

The decision on 23rd June marked a paradigm shift for British politics, and it will have a profound impact on…

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Building more houses: the perpetual hot potato

The first Bank of England interest rate cut since the record low was established in 2009 may well be good…

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In an unexpected but groundbreaking turn of events, lenders have announced a fundamental shift in the way they manage and…

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House prices expected to increase 50% in a decade, according to ARLA.

Over the next 10 years, UK house prices are set to increase by 50%. The report by the Association of…

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