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When it comes to moving home, there are many things that have to be done before the big day arrives.
The impact of Brexit on house buying behaviour has been dramatic and immediate, both on expected property prices and on transaction volumes.
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Reallymoving.com looks at what a Brexit vote could mean for the UK property market.
We take a look at how a number of major mortgage lenders have been raising their mortgage borrowing age limits over the last few weeks.
Reallymoving.com takes a look at a property seller’s responsibility when it comes to declaring neighbourly disputes.
As part of his Budget a few weeks ago – which will now most definitely be remembered for things other than housing – the Chancellor George Osborne announced the launch of a new Lifetime ISA to help encourage young people to save for both their first home and their retirement.
April 1 might be best known for pranks, larks and amusing made-up stories in the newspapers, but for landlords it has taken on a rather more serious bent.
George Osborne first announced the controversial 3% stamp duty surcharge on buy-to-let and second home owners in his Autumn Statement last November.
Now, in his eighth budget since becoming Chancellor in 2010, he has confirmed that the changes will come into play on April 1.
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