Pensioners struggle if they need a loan

About 1.6m retired people still hold a mortgage, but their major problem is not scraping together money to keep making a monthly mortgage payment. Instead, their largest problem is finding a building society or bank that is still willing to offer a loan to pensioners. Many lenders have a very strict age limit that they […]

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Christopher Wren house up for sale

You could be the owner of The Old Court House, a home designed, and inhabited by the famous British Architect, Sir Christopher Wren, which he designed in the 18th century, for a sum of £4.25 million. The architect, who designed St Paul’s Cathedral, The Royal Naval College and The South Part of Hampton Court Palace, […]

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UK mortgage approvals rise in January

UK mortgage approvals are at their highest level in the last 11 months with January of 2012 showing a high amount of approvals. This suggests that the Government Funding for Lending Scheme (FLS) may be actually helping home buyers get onto the mortgage market. Bank of England figures show that mortgage approvals increased up to […]

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Buying Land in London

If you are thinking about buying land in London then the very first thing that you will need to consider is where you are going to purchase the land. After all, there are dozens of different boroughs and districts in London that all have property for sale. Whether you are looking at commercial of private […]

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