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December Newsletter - the Autumn statement and our Christmas wish list.
November - This month brings you a mortgage special, with lots of our regular features too.
October - This month get your heating in order using your mobile phone, see if Help to Buy can help you, read our solution to Stamp Duty, and advice on building your own home, building in your garden and buying with a partner, check out house prices in your area and more…
September – Post holiday blues? we have news for first time buyers, those selling, moving up, tips on how to make money from your home and much more…
July – First time buyers, second steppers, mortgages, pirate sheds and karma: we’ve gone to town this month…
June – Make money by turning your home into a film set, check out the astonishing rise of stamp duty, get discounted entry to first time buyer event and much much more….
May – We have a host of new advice for the Spring surge in home buying and selling
April - In the wake of the Budget we explain how you can benefit from Help to Buy, for those of you worried about your interest-only mortgage we’ve got a new guide, and much, much more
March – We launch House Price Watch and our Virtual House, issue a terrifying report on interest-only mortgages and much much more
February – Guiding you through the best mortgage deals, online estate agents, our campaign to improve HS2 comp and much more
January - Happy New Year! From the Autumn Statement to our first appearance on ITV
December - our first report “The Death of a Dream” gets great national coverage
November – our first newsletter!
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See what we said to the Evening Standard - Average London home will cost £650,000 by 2020, http://t.co/tfAeNNdhVX via @standardnews
09 December 2013
#CompulsoryPurchase What do you do if your home is about to be acquired: http://t.co/OwBvc3vfxS
06 December 2013