Three-fifths of homebuyers who used the government's Help to Buy scheme could have bought a home without it, the Government's spending watchdog the National Audit Office has revealed today. We take a look at how far Help to Buy has helped, where it falls down and what the options are to help first time buyers get a foot on the ladder.
While 6 in 10 renters fear they will NEVER afford to own a home. Our latest Annual HomeOwners Survey looks at the litany of problems faced by renters and the options available to help them on the property ladder
We speak to a Leicestershire family suffering as a result of a poor quality new build home. Watch their interview with ITV.
We’ve asked the life insurance brokers at Reassured to tell us what you need to think about when deciding how much life cover you need.
New comprehensive government guides to buying and selling a home are now available online
It's clear from our latest YouGov poll that homeowners are putting off renovating their homes, particularly in London. The biggest obstacle? No, not Brexit, but finding a builder. But it's not the only obstacle...
Home improvements are expensive. But add on VAT at 20% and you can see why our HomeOwners Survey reveals homeowners either deterred from doing home improvements at all, or forced to pay cash to afford it
This week we were proud to put our name to the End Our Cladding Scandal campaign. The campaign calls on the government to act to end the scandal of residents trapped in private residential blocks with dangerous Grenfell style cladding.
When you’re buying a home, local authority searches are an essential part of the process. Here we look at how long searches should take and recent reports of staggering delays.