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Buy-to-let properties owned by landlords at decade high

21st February 2020

The number of landlords in Britain is at a seven-year low, however the average landlord now owns more properties, the latest research from Hamptons International reveals

The number of landlords in Britain is at a seven-year low, however the average landlord now owns more properties, the latest research from Hamptons International reveals

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The best residential mortgage rates this week 21.02.20

21st February 2020

This week figures released by UK Finance found that mortgage completions for home-movers, first-time buyers and homeowners remortgaging had all increased year-on-year during December

This week figures released by UK Finance found that mortgage completions for home-movers, first-time buyers and homeowners remortgaging had all increased

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The best savings rates this week 21.02.20

21st February 2020

Savers will be disappointed with the news this week that inflation increased to 1.8% during January, which has resulted in far fewer accounts paying inflation-beating rates

Savers will be disappointed with the news this week that inflation increased to 1.8% during January, which has resulted in far fewer accounts paying inflation-beating rates

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NatWest and RBS introduce measures to help flood victims

20th February 2020

Following the flooding that has impacted many regions of the UK over the last few weeks, NatWest and RBS have announced that some measures are being introduced to help consumers and business owners who use their banking services

Following the flooding that has impacted many regions of the UK over the last few weeks, NatWest and RBS have announced that some measures are being introduced to help consumers and business owners who use their banking services

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Mortgage tips for over 70s

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How are my savings taxed?

Every basic rate taxpayer in the UK currently has a Personal Savings Allowance (PSA) of £1,000.

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