Written by Diane Ray. August 31, 2011
Well I’ve just finished my first book on my Kindle, what a fabulous book and how easy to ready – a major help whilst suffering train delays too.
Written by Julian Stone. August 31, 2011
There are almost twice as many people renting rather than owning their homes, according to research by a specialist letting agents.
Written by Peter Thompson. August 31, 2011
Home insurance claims for jewellery theft now account for a significant proportion of theft claims, perhaps due to rising gold prices and the ease of selling gold but is your jewellery value up to date?
Written by Peter Thompson. August 30, 2011
A new mortgage verification scheme will be launched on 1st September to help thwart mortgage application fraud, which was estimated at £1 billion last year.
Written by Chris Ray. August 30, 2011
Even though it has been the coldest summer for twenty years, I feel a bit sorry that the school holidays are coming to an end and that we will soon be back in the school term routines.
Written by Julian Stone. August 30, 2011
The National Housing Federation is forecasting that home ownership will fall to 1980′s levels, forcing house prices and rents upwards by as much as 20% during the next five years.
Written by Diane Ray. August 28, 2011
Living near a Sainsbury’s it’s so easy to get the weekly food and household necessities but are we getting the best food and value for money? What about a farm shop or local butchers or fishmongers, how do they compare for example?
Written by Peter Thompson. August 26, 2011
A family day out can be expensive and for many there’s the attraction of a trip to a theme park, but do they offer good value for money?
Written by Diane Ray. August 25, 2011
Everywhere I turn I see reference to rising costs, worries about debt and generally news about people trying to save money. So I just wanted to share with you how a family of 4 can genuinely have a great day out for very little money.
Written by Peter Thompson. August 25, 2011
Many Britons find driving abroad difficult to master and find themselves travelling on the wrong side of the road or going the wrong way up a one-way street and through no fault of their own find they are victims of car theft and vandalism.