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UK house prices fall for first time in almost two years


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3 Apr 2017

Discount Insurance News - 3.4.17

 

House prices have fallen in March for the first in almost two years, since mid-2015 just before Article 50 has been triggered.

 

House prices have fallen by a monthly 0.3% according to Nationwide, whereas prices had risen by 0.6% in February....

Top tips on how to spring clean your garden!


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27 Mar 2017

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With spring officially upon us now that the clocks have gone forward, we can all look forward to steadily increasing days and to the prospect of better weather.

 

Over the winter, the garden is one area of a property which is likely to be neglected the most so why not use the start of spring as a chance to spruce up your outdoor space?...

Why do planes fly at 35,000 feet?


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13 Mar 2017

Discount Insurance News - 13.3.17

 

Most of us know that planes fly at an altitude of 35,000 feet but how many of us have ever asked why?

 

One of the main reasons for aircrafts flying at this height is to save money! The higher you are the thinner the air and planes can travel more easily and move faster while burning less fuel....

New ‘Buy for Uni’ mortgage could turn students into landlords


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6 Mar 2017

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Some lenders are looking at students as not just customers for university loans, but also for early mortgages, with the prospect of turning them into young landlords.

 

After completing their studies many students will look at their bank statements showing them thousands of pounds in debt and saving enough for a deposit on their first home becomes a distant dream, unless, that is, they are already on the ladder.   ...

What is the least affordable city in the UK?


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27 Feb 2017

Discount Insurance News - 27.2.17

 

The average UK city house price has risen by 32% over the past five years, according to new data.

 

Average house prices are now at their highest level ever of £224,926 from £169,966 in 2012....