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    Saving a deposit for a house?

    Whether it’s a first home or a house move, saving for a deposit is an important part of buying a property. With the mortgage market still fairly unstable, the best deals are reserved for those with large deposits. How do you budget and plan effectively to help you save more? According to the Halifax House

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    Home Buyers Guide

    Choosing to buy a house will be the most important decision you ever make, so you need to consider all the details. This home buyers guide highlights what you should be thinking about before you make your purchase. Can you afford to buy? We all dream about owning our own home, but this shouldn’t be

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    Debt management companies: Beware

    No doubt you have seen television adverts, received phone calls or text messages promising to write off your huge outstanding debts at one time or another. If so, you have been the target of a debt management company. With the average household debt over around the £54,000 mark and the total outstanding personal debt hitting

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    Credit Builder Credit Cards: How do they work?

    Consumers who’ve had problems with debt in the past will have negatively affected their credit rating. This can cause issues in the future, even if their financial situation is more stable. One way of starting to improve a credit score is to apply for a credit builder credit card, but how do these work? What

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    Choosing a mortgage broker

    Finding the right mortgage deal is not a quick or easy process. If you go direct to each lender it can take a long time and you won’t always get the best deals. By choosing a mortgage broker, you can research a much wider range of products in a short period of time. What services

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    Are the Bailiffs at your door?

    Are the bailiffs at your door, demanding payment for debt? The first step is not to panic. Easier said than done when you are facing the prospect of having your possessions taken, but there are steps you can take to make them go away. Don’t bury your head Prevention is always better than cure and

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