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- Category: Family & Divorce
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- Affordability ‘Affects Where FTBs Buy’
- Should You Use A Solicitor To Handle Probate?
- Parents Worried About Children’s Inheritance After Divorce
- Housing Market Stalls To Lowest Growth Rate In 5 Yrs
- Fixer-Uppers – The Most Cost-Effective Way To Get On The Ladder?
- What You Need To Know About Leasehold Properties
- Probate: Your Questions Answered
- Divorce Rates Among Same-Sex Couples Triple Over Year
- Moving House? How You Can Cut The Cost
- Would You Leave Anything To Charity In Your Will?
- Have You Started Saving For Your Funeral Yet?
- Couples Forced To Exaggerate Marriage Faults For Divorces
- Property Prices Up 21 Per Cent For FTBs
- Homemover Numbers Fall Behind FTBs For First Time Since 1995
- Women Reveal Top Reasons For Divorce
- What Happens After Your Offer Is Accepted
- New Divorce Law Review Bill Published
- Owning A Home ‘Always Cheaper Than Renting’
- Lily Allen Confirms ‘Friendly Divorce’
- MPs Accept Flaw In ‘Fault-Based’ Divorce System
- London FTBs ‘Pay Double’ To Buy First Property
- Why You Should Get Expert Advice With Probate
- Home Ownership Out Of Reach For One Third Of Millennials
- Confidence Growing In UK Property Market
- Govt Takes Steps To Streamline UK Property Sales
- Many Children ‘Don’t See One Parent Following A Divorce’
- Councils To Charge More Tax On Homes Left Empty For Years
- Common Will Writing Mistakes Revealed
- Can You Divorce Your Civil Partner?
- UK Property Market Steady
- 4 Of The Best Things To Do In Epsom
- Leasehold Costs Unchanged
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Many first-time buyers (FTBs) don’t end up purchasing a home in the area they’d originally intended to move to, new research has found. An article for Mortgage Introducer shared a study by Post Office Money, which revealed that 63 per cent of those who are getting on...read more
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