Telegraph.co.ukMoney Makeover: 'I'm 33 with three properties. Should I use a £70k windfall to buy more property or pay off my ...Telegraph.co.ukAt 33 Jo Barker is ready for a career change. She currently works as a complaints investigator for the Government but has wanted to be a foster carer for as long as she can remember. Ms Barker said she could not continue to work full time, or keep the ...
Financial TimesFury at Jeremy Corbyn ally after he pockets £160k from his trade union to help pay for his MORTGAGEThe SunHe pocketed money from an under-performing endowment fund linked to the house. And he received a number of “termination payments” totalling £89,887.83. The Certification Officer said neither Mr Lavery nor the union could provide documentary evidence ...UK Labour party chairman received £165000 from former unionFinancial Timesall 10 news articles »
Mirror.co.ukGrab them while you can - why you might need to sort out your mortgage fastMirror.co.ukCharlotte Nelson, a spokeswoman for Moneyfacts.co.uk, says that, amid the speculation about a possible base rate rise, swap rates, which lenders use to price their loans, have been heading upwards. She says: "Swap rates have started to increase, which ...and more »
BBC NewsWeek ahead in ParliamentBBC NewsIn the Lords (2.30 pm) question time covers consumer and personal debt in the UK, the life science industrial strategy, serious offences committed by members of the armed forces; and banks and building societies undertaking comprehensive immigration ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukHow to save hundreds on your mortgage broker feesTelegraph.co.ukIn fact, recent research found British homebuyers are paying a staggering £370m a year in unnecessary mortgage broker fees. That's because most brokers are “double dipping” – taking commission from the lender as well as a fee from their clients.