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The government is launching a number of new savings products designed to encourage us to save.     Lifetime ISAs (LISAs) are designed to help us become home owners and save for our retirement years...

The Price of success: What Challenges do Businesses face when experiencing Rapid Growth?
Thursday 29 September 2016

While the impact of Brexit has been felt across Europe, it is British SMEs that have been most adversely impacted. In fact, business confidence in the UK has declined by an estimated 27% since Britain announced its intention to leave the EU...

UK share prices brush aside Brexit concerns
Thursday 29 September 2016

The unexpected vote to leave the European Union in the June referendum sent shock waves through the financial markets with share prices and the value of Sterling plummeting in the aftermath of the result...

The fall in home ownership – it’s all about affordability rather than the cost of mortgages
Thursday 29 September 2016

Data published today by the Resolution Foundation confirms the continuation of the downward trend in home ownership in the UK.    Since 2003 the owner occupancy percentage has fallen from 71% to just under 64% in England with the downtrend being pronounced across the country and not just in London and the south-east...

More joy for borrowers, more gloom for savers
Thursday 29 September 2016

The financial consequences of the Brexit vote on 23rd June are already hitting the public. The slump in the value of the pound is pushing up the cost of holiday spending for those jetting off overseas...

Long-term interest rates hit a further new low
Thursday 29 September 2016

Back in 1980 I took out my first mortgage to buy a flat in Birmingham. The flat was very affordable and required only a modest mortgage to buy it.    I had, though, to budget carefully to accommodate the cost of the 15...

Stamp Duty surcharge applies the brakes to the housing market
Thursday 29 September 2016

April saw the start of the 3% surcharge to Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) for properties not bought for residence by buyers.    It was no surprise then to see a slowdown in activity in the housing market...

The UK housing market presents a mixed picture across the country
Thursday 29 September 2016

The latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show average in England house prices rising by 8.6% in the year to the end of January 2016...

The oil companies are struggling – but what do lower oil prices mean for us?
Thursday 29 September 2016

One major factor driving turbulence on the world’s stock exchanges has been the fall in oil prices over the past year.    Since mid-2014 the benchmark oil price, Brent Crude, has plummeted from $110 a barrel to $34...



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2015 Has Been a Landmark Year for Hotel Investments in Northern Ireland

Thursday 29 September 2016

2015 has been a breakout year for the hotel industry in Northern Ireland, with investors flocking to grab up property in the area...

On-demand services to help improve your investment

Thursday 29 September 2016

Once upon a time, London’s new tech scene seemed to be made up of trendy aps that helped you pass your time in a hazy dream of lined-up fruit and Sims-esque farming...

What Could Affect UK House Prices in 2015?

Thursday 29 September 2016

The UK housing market is one of the most well-developed in the world due to the wide range of mortgage options available...

The UK’s Million Pound Home Hotspots

Thursday 29 September 2016

Although much of the UK media tend to focus on London as a home for property millionaires and overseas investors, there are considerable pockets and areas where property prices are continuing to grow, with many of these areas now containing a number of million pound plus properties...

Popular Places to Live and Invest in London

Thursday 29 September 2016

When it comes to London boroughs, if you take the time to study property trends then you will find that a pattern emerges...



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