Buying your first home is very exciting and a little bit scary. We're here to help you every step of the way.
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Saving up to buy a new home? An ISA could be just the ticket. Here’s how you could use one to get onto the housing ladder - or move up it.
For everything you need to know about buying a home, follow our step-by-step guide and you’ll be a pro in no time.
A Lifetime ISA is an ISA with benefits. You can save up to £4,000 a year with one and the government will chip in an extra 25%. That’s up to £1,000, for free.
Before you take up a second job, flog all your worldly possessions on eBay and swear off takeaway lattes forever, here's how to get started.
When you're ending your tenancy, you'll want to finish on good terms with your landlord and get your full deposit back. Our tips are here to help.
To buy a home in the UK, first-time buyers are saving between £26,400 and £144,500. Find out how much people are saving to buy a home in different areas of the UK.
Moving to a new rental home? Here are the laws around your deposit and how your landlord must keep it safe it with a government deposit protection scheme.
Ready to step onto the property ladder? Saving for a deposit can feel like a huge task, but a bigger deposit can save you money in the long run. Here's what help you can get and how much you need for a house deposit in 2024.