One of the main arguments amidst the outrage that followed university tuition fee rises was that “you’re not even guaranteed a job at the end of it”.
It could be argued that this was always the case. A poorly-written CV, weak
Looking for a new job in the New Year? You’re likely to be far from alone.
In fact, it’s believed that jobseekers are likely to have more competition for places in the first few months of the year than during any
Tax relief schemes aimed at private landlords are helping them to collectively save more than £5 billion a year, according to a new study.
Researchers working for the Intergenerational Foundation (IF), which gathered these figures, have argued that the loopholes are
A high proportion of first-time buyers remain uneducated about important parts of the homebuying process, a new poll has indicated.
The survey, conducted by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), suggested that 31 per cent of them were unaware that
The British property tax system needs to be completely overhauled, according to the head of one of Britain’s biggest housebuilders.
Rob Perrins, managing director of The Berkeley Group, has called for council tax, stamp duty, capital gains tax and the possibility
Foreigners may soon have to pay capital gains tax when selling their British property.
Chancellor George Osborne is reportedly considering the tax as an alternative to a mansion tax in order to help prevent a property bubble from forming in the
The number of jobs in the property sector has soared in the last year, new statistics have suggested.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics show that more than 77,000 vacancies have been filled in the past 12 months – including
Help to Buy is the government’s landmark scheme to help more Brits onto the housing ladder.
It started in April 2013, when the government began offering 20 per cent equity loans on new-build homes worth up to £600,000. The loans are
London, the South East and Scotland have all become locations where it’s cheaper to rent a house than buy one.
According to research from Santander, the average monthly cost of renting is much lower than average monthly mortgage repayments in all
Around one in ten mortgages are now issued to landlords planning to let out their property, according to new figures.
Research conducted by the Council for Mortgage Lenders (CML) reveals that more than £5 billion worth of mortgages were issued to