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Tesco Bank delays mortgage launch

Tesco Bank’s launch into the mortgage market may be delayed until early 2012, the Financ...

  • Sep 21, 2011
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Students offered “Bank of Mum and Dad” mortgage

Bath Building Society and NorthStar Homes have partnered up to offer students a guarantor ...

  • Jan 24, 2011
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Nearly 1 in 2 mortgage holders have no life insurance

Almost 43% of mortgage holders do not have life cover to protect their mortgage, according...

  • Nov 01, 2010
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First-time buyers continue to face bleak outlook

First-time buyers in their 20s would have to save 45% of their monthly income over five ye...

  • Oct 28, 2010
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