First time buyers
We explain the schemes available for people struggling to buy a house.
Mansfield Building Society has launched a range of shared ownership mortgages aimed at first-time buyers.
The Mortgage Works is targeting first-time landlords by opening up its range of buy-to-let deals.
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NatWest Intermediary Solutions will start accepting mortgage applications from intermediary clients using the Help to Buy shared equity and NewBuy schemes from tomorrow.
Mutual lenders are likely to increase high loan-to-value lending including interest-only over 2013, the outgoing Building Societies Association chairman has suggested.
Help to Buy could push first-time buyer house prices up 20% to over £150,000 by the end of 2015, a financial consultancy has warned.
Older divorcees could use equity release to keep their financial independence in their old age, Bridgewater's sales and distribution manager has suggested.
The average house price of new build property in the UK has increased by 12% over the past five years with the average price now at £233,822.
The number of London house hunters has grown three times as fast as supply while properties sell at a pre-crisis pace, according to data from Hometrack.
Older first-time buyers who spend their twenties renting could have lost out on more than £270,000, according to analysis by The Model Works.
Hundreds of residents of Stoke-on-Trent are expected to seek the chance to buy a house for just £1 after applications opened yesterday.
Mortgage approvals have reached a seven month low after falling for a second consecutive month, data from e.surv has suggested.
Brian Hall, founder of The Model Works, takes a step back to look at the key issues in the buy-to-let market.
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