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Property stock levels decline during the pandemic, say agents
Farmer’s son makes ‘most exciting’ find of century with help of Google maps before calling in archaeologists
Roughly half the savings benefited those buying properties worth more than £500,000
Government plans law empowering regulator to make reimbursement compulsory for ‘push payment’ victims
Gifting to family members for housing deposits drives borrowing in the ‘lifetime mortgage’ market
Government targets minimum standards for households by 2035
Brokers act as the central bank is still predicted to bring in an increase of around 1 per cent by the end of 2022
The end of the tax break in September fuelled lending but the outlook for approvals remains ‘resilient’
Householders should protect their finances by responding now to inflation, tax rises and rate increases
Era of ultra-low deals disappearing fast as markets brace for BoE increase in cost of borrowing
Key changes affecting personal taxes, investments, pensions and property
Treasury confirms additional funding of £850m for cultural institutions as they recover from pandemic
Announcement comes two weeks before COP26 climate summit in Glasgow
Whether Asian and American buyers will overcome travel hassles remains an open question for the capital
Competition between lenders is spreading beyond the mainstream UK market for owner-occupiers
Wealthy buyers look again at the capital as businesses edge back towards normal working conditions
Scams in which victims are duped into handing over money or sensitive information have leapt 70 per cent
The 0.79 per cent offer from Platform marks the latest escalation of competition in the mortgage market
Demand for luxury properties has narrowed to those that suit lockdown conditions
Mortgage rates are lower than ever — but can aspiring buyers qualify for them after big price rises?
Twenty-something consumers are most likely age group to fall victim to online purchase fraud
London joins global recovery as wealthy buyers return
Second-home owners are cashing in as overseas travel restrictions boost UK destinations
The 0.99 per cent deal reflects intense competition among lenders in the booming UK property market
Sadiq Khan ‘confident’ games at Wembley will be safe as he moves ahead with capital’s economic recovery plan