The Bank of England has recently gotten rid of the stress test. In this article we take a look at what this means for borrowers, lenders and if it is a good idea
We have seen a large boom in the housing market for the past two years. Yet with the current economic situation and the threat of recession looming, will this cause a period of stagnation in the market?
The Bank of England recently raised interest rates to the highest levels in 25 years. With this we are seeing the issue of how will people afford their mortgage payments? In this article we take a look at what these issues are and what people can expect.
Currently in Britain we ate going through a cost of living crisis which is effecting everyone. We could also be set for recession and a "summer of discontent". In this article we will be looking at the causes of these, what the government could do and how you make make a little extra money to help.
The Bank of England is set to unveil a change in the mortgage application system. This change could see it become easier to get a mortgage. In this article we take a look at what this change is and what it spells out for people.
A recent report form the ONS has made for some bleak reading. In it we can see house prices surging and becoming more and more difficult to afford. In this article we take a look at the report, what the issues are and their possible solutions
Where can I go on holiday? That's the question everyone asks year in, year out. Given the ongoing cost of living crisis people are trying to find the best and cheapest places to go abroad this year. In this article we take a look at where is affordable for people.
Introduction In Britain we are currently in the midst of a heatwave, with temperatures set to soar to…
In 2017 we witnessed the horrific fire at Grenfell tower, which was exacerbated by the building being covered in cladding. The government have recently announced a new plan to tackle the cladding left on other buildings. But how has this left residents feeling? In this article we explore what the reaction has been to the announcement,
The current government's policy is to build 340,000 new houses a year. However, the lack of brownfield sites means that England's villages are under threat of mass development. Could this cause more trouble for the government?
Britain is currently in the grips of a energy crisis which is leading to rise in fuel prices and energy bills. In this article we take a look at what the causes are of this crisis, what the potential solutions are and how this effects housing.
Over the past year we have seen house prices continue to grow each month. But now some experts think that the rapid growth we have seen is soon set to stop. In this article we take a look at what these causes could be and if the bubble is finally set to burst.
With the energy bill increase looming we offer you some quick and simple ways to save a bit of money on your energy bills.
In 1986 the big bang occurred at the London Stock Exchange. This would have a profound effect on the financial markets for years to come and indirectly effect the housing market. In this blog post we explain the causes of the big bang was and it's consequences, both positive and negative.
We hear a lot in the news that it is very difficult for first time buyers to get onto the property ladder. But is there now a beam of hope for first time buyers? We explain the current statistics and how they may shed some light for first time buyers.