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02 Aug

Let’s move to: Bermondsey, south-east London: a chaotic collage of its eventful past

Eighty years of change have left a cityscape that looks as if it has been put together by a vigorous game of consequencesWhat’s going for it? Bermondsey has been so pummelled by fortune that it looks as if it has been put...

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02 Aug

Homes for sale in gatehouses – in pictures

Properties with an impressive entrance, from Kent to Derbyshire Continue reading… Continue Reading

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02 Aug

Turf it out: is it time to say goodbye to artificial grass?

It’s neat, easy – and a staggering £2bn global market. But as plastic grass takes over our cities, some say that it’s green only in colourIf your attention during the Women’s World Cup was on the pitch rather than the players, you...

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02 Aug

How to Home Loan – Episode 3

Searching for the perfect first home In episode 3 of How to Home Loan, Jess hits the road to hustle to open for inspections in search for “the one”. For any first home buyer, knowing what you will, and won’t…

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02 Aug

How to Home Loan – Episode 2

Crunching the numbers for your first home loan In Episode 2 of How to Home Loan, we catch up with Jess Harris as she tackles the dreaded conversation about her finances at the bank. Understanding how much you can borrow,…

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02 Aug

How to Home Loan – Episode 1

Getting real about buying your first home In Episode 1 of How to Home Loan, we join Jess Harris as she gets real about buying her first home. Watch as Jess navigates through many of the common frustrations for first…

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02 Aug

An Overview of Buying Property Off the Plan

Sue Irons, Director of Positive Real Estate New Zealand, talks about the things you need to consider when buying off the plan. To learn more from our expert property investors at an EVENT, click here - https://www.positiverealestate.com.au/youtube Follow us across…

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01 Aug

Two-child benefits limit hurts the poor | Letters

The cap pushes a million children deeper below the poverty line, says Ruth Lister, while Paul Nicolson points out that the very rich can pass land on to their three or four children tax freeYour report (Ministers urged to scrap ‘nasty’ two-child...

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01 Aug

Here's how Britain's broken housing system can be fixed in a decade | Joe Beswick

There is no shortage of ideas on how to solve the housing crisis. All that is lacking is the political willNew figures released on Wednesday confirmed what we already knew: homeownership is becoming increasingly out of reach for young people. A survey...

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