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Google launches mortgage comparison site

Google launches mortgage comparison site

Google has launched a new comparison site which will search the whole of the UK mortgage market for the best deals.

60 second guide to buy to let for retirement

60 second guide to buy to let for retirement

Which? guides you through the essential information you need to purchase a buy-to-let property to fund your retirement.

Co-op cuts interest rates for first time buyers

Co-op cuts interest rates for first time buyers

Which? has welcomed the Co-op's announcement that it is using Funding for Lending capital to launch a new product for first time buyers.

330,000 new homes needed to meet housing demand

330,000 new homes needed to meet housing demand

Unless over 300,000 new homes are built every year the UK will fail to deal with a backlog of two million few homes.

Ticketmaster charging people to print their tickets

Ticketmaster charging people to print their tickets

Which? research has found that companies such as Ticketmaster are charging customers an average fee of £2.50 to receive tickets by email for some events.

Bankers who fix Libor face prosecution

Bankers who fix Libor face prosecution

Bankers who try to fix libor lending rates will face criminal action under a new regime announced by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).

Warning on historic tax returns issued

Warning on historic tax returns issued

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has this week issued letter to taxpayers who failed to submit tax returns in 2009/10 or earlier to file them before 2 October.

Santander mortgage customers see hike in interest

Santander mortgage customers see hike in interest

The UK’s second biggest mortgage lender, Santander, has announced it is increasing its Standard Variable Rate (SVR) by 0.5% to 4.74% in October.

Post Office starts selling mortgages in branches

Post Office starts selling mortgages in branches

The Post Office has begun selling mortgages through its branch network as it aims to rival high street lenders, with 'mortgage specialists' now in five branches

Supermarket banks expand product range

Supermarket banks expand product range

Tesco Bank has added home loans to its range of financial products, from next week customers will be able to choose between a selection of mortgages.

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