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If you have a mortgage agreement in principle, tell the estate agent dealing with the marketing of the property you're keen on. Knowing your finance i...

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Shared ownership schemes are designed to help those who cannot afford to buy a property outright. Aimed particularly but not exclusively at first-time...

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In England and Wales, properties can be freehold, leasehold or, less frequently, commonhold. So what do these terms mean and what effect do they have...

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The challenges facing first-time buyers are twofold: supply and finance. We can't do much about increasing the availability of properties to buy, but...

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A is for Arrangement FeeThe fee you will pay to a lender for setting up your mortgage, typically costing around £1,000 that will be outlined to you be...

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Can you afford to buy?This is, along with demand, the single biggest issue facing first-time buyers in the current property market. House prices have...

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Check out the area before you view the property for the first time. Driving around will give you a clue as to its charms and pitfalls but even better...

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When it comes to asking and, more importantly, taking advice on the best property move for you, who do you trust? Many first-time buyers will look to...

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Is the bungalow ready to make a return to the UK property market?

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North-west registers UK's highest property price growth

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