Finding a family home in the catchment area of a good school is a growing challenge. Here’s where to look.
Help to buy ISAs are soon coming to an end but who have they really benefitted?
Achieving a steady income in a gig economy can be tough. Here’s how to address the financial risks.
James Max answers your work and property questions
Brexit is being blamed for many things but a fall in house price inflation should be welcomed
A political system in meltdown and the threat of a Corbyn government should have made investors fearful. But they haven’t
Some people are hoarding cash – but it won’t appeal to everyone
Being the victim of crime in the digital age is nothing if not an equal opportunity experience
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Deutsche Bank has suggested putting free cash into the hands of consumers but, as with quantitative easing, there are risks
A comparison of schools, house prices and green space reveals the top areas in the capital for families
Labour has neglected to address the biggest inequality of them all: the school catchment area
Find your own quiet pocket of Surrey and yet stay within a train ride of the capital
The drop in inflation and the rise in wages is good news for the economy
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On-demand salaries give employees greater control over when they’re paid but this freedom may well come at a cost
Increasing the value of your home often comes down to the small details that buyers notice but home owners overlook
Staring into a stranger’s armpit on a rush-hour tube train can often lead to thoughts of moving to a tiny…
Londoners have fallen in love with trendy Monzo but can it expand beyond everyday banking?
The housing market has reached a summer lull and many are blaming Brexit. But how easy is it to build your own property in the current climate?
Getting a mortgage is a long and strenuous process so here’s how to maximise your chances of success
Buying a house is the most important financial decision of your life. Surely we need more than a half-hour viewing to make up our minds.
If Boris Johnson’s premiership follows recent historical trends, it should boost the markets
There’s a cost to our increasingly credit dependent lives and lenders are taking full advantage