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The top 10 burglary hotspots revealed!


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25 Jan 2016

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Dulwich in South London has been named Britain’s burglary capital, according to a new study.

 

The area had the highest crime rate with 61 claims per 1,000 quotes, in checks of 2million home insurance files by MoneySuperMarket....

Why living in a penthouse could kill you!


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22 Jan 2016

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A new study shows nobody survives a heart attack if they live past the 25th floor because paramedics won’t get to you in time.

 

Penthouses are known for their panoramic views, privacy and are a symbol of prestige for the wealthy, but a new study shows they can be dangerous for its inhabitants....

First-time buyers can now get a Government bonus of up to £3k with Help to Buy Isa


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18 Jan 2016

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If you are looking to save to buy your first home, the newly introduced Help to Buy Isa could be a big help.

 

These tax-free savings accounts give you a 25% bonus from the government worth up to £3,000, as well as interest rates of up to four per cent.  ...

UK house prices predicted to rise 6% in 2016


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30 Dec 2015

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House prices in the UK are predicted to increase by 6% in 2016, as demand continues to outstrip supply, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

 

The Government recently announced plans to build 400,000 affordable homes by 2020, over half of which will be sold at a 20% discount to first-time buyers....

Autumn statement: ‘Biggest affordable house building programmes since 1970s’ announced


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27 Nov 2015

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The government is to double the housing budget to £2bn, reforming the housing system and pumping £7bn into building 400,000 more affordable homes, according to Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement....