Peter McGahan looks at how young people are being denied a place on the property ladder and explains why a ladder with its bottom rungs missing is not stable.
If you are looking to mortgage or have a fixed-rate due to end, rises in inflation and rates could cause you concern. Peter McGahan explains why.
Boiler trouble, damp and water damage are just some of the maintenance headaches you could avoid by downsizing in retirement. Jamie Turnbull explains how.
In a much sought-after corner of Cheshire, an exclusive new residential development is redefining active living for the over-55s. Welcome to Sanctuary Wilmslow.
Winter sun or fresh sea air? Both rank highly for Brits who are considering a move in their retirement. Here, Jamie Turnbull looks at the potential health benefits of retiring by the sea.
The stress of moving house is a path few a keen to tread too often. Here, Gillian Girling offers some useful tips to ensure your house move runs as smooth as clockwork.
Before paying off your mortgage, Peter McGahan says look at what other debts you might have such as credit cards and unsecured loans where the monthly cost is greater.
Renting may not suit everyone, but it’s growing in popularity and more retired people could step off off the property ladder and join ‘Generation Rent’, writes Gillian Girling.
When was the last time you assessed the value of your mortgage? Remember to shop around, fees are different, as are rates – and the benefits of mortgage efficiency very attractive indeed!
Loft conversions, building extensions or renovating a buy-to-let? Tina Patel has tips on where to start when choosing an architect.
Stewart Andersen says market conditions and price stability make 2018 an attractive year to invest in property in France.
Buy-to-let mortgages have been back in the news recently, on the one hand, there has been a plethora of tax changes which have affected landlord finances, whilst on the other hand there have been some excellent investment returns.
Remorgaging up by 24%, buy-to-let down 60% year on year, Peter McGahan takes a pragmatic look at effect Brexit and a hung Parliament has had on the housing market.
Most people think that pensions are boring and that property is glamorous, but which one will give you the return you want when planning for your retirement?
What are the financial implications of Brexit on your savings and future financial security. Steve Wanlessof WWFP seeks out the answers.
Steve Wanless examines the inflated UK property market and suggests middle aged and baby boomer ‘hoarders’ are to blame.
There is growing evidence that the UK’s love affair with property-ownership may be on the wane.
Understanding what your timeshare is worth is crucial to whether you sell up or convert to points when your needs change.
From cool outdoor pursuits, to adventures in the city, discover the delights of Iceland’s capital.