Podcasts de mortgages

It is time to go cashless?

A pension offer you can refuse; why two-year fixed mortgages are a waste of time; and an end to...

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Scottish referendum: what it means for investors and homeowners

Jonathan Eley and guests, Jane Sydenham of wealth manager Rathbones and David Hollingworth of...

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Time to invest in the stock market?

The Money Show investigates whether share prices are rising on sentiment or sound fundamentals....

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Is your financial adviser truly "independent"?

The FSA publishes its final guidance on the definitions of independent and restricted advice -...

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Interest only mortgages, structured products and foreign property dreams gone sour

Why almost half the UK’s 2.6m interest-only borrowers risk being unable to repay mortgages, are...

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Reduced mortgage offers, Invesco leadership and Lloyds capital restructuring

How can pension contributions and student debt affect your mortgage offer? Also in this week's...

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Tax avoidance clampdown, employer pensions, and family finances

What's your employer doing with your pension? Jonathan Eley and guests also discuss HMRC's...

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A Brief History of Redlining, Part 1

Redlining is a word used to describe a lot of different patterns of economic discrimination. But...

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A Brief History of Redlining, Part 2

Part two of this discussion of redlining explores the language that assessors used when making...

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Will Britain become a nation of renters?

We look at the latest threats in the property market. Do you buy high and sell low? We ask...

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How you can buy into the Chinese renminbi

FT Money reporters look at how investors can make money from strong currencies. We also examine...

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Bank of Ireland, European companies and investing in classic cars

Bank of Ireland backs down - but should you be fearful of tracker mortgages? European companies...

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95% mortgages, shareholder perks and boiler room scams

95 per cent mortgages return, with or without a government guarantee. Shareholder perks - nice to...

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Savings rates, China vs India, and buy-to-let

Jonathan Eley and guests discuss the state of the UK savings market, whether retail investors...

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How was the Budget for you?

Will you get the benefit of higher personal tax allowances? Will an inheritance tax break make...

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Interest rates cut on SAYE schemes

What would continuing low interest rates mean for mortgages and savings? Why a rise in stock...

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How to inflation-proof your savings

How to protect your savings now that National Savings Certificates have sold out. When should you...

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Banks paying negligible interest on savings, European bank shares and standard variable rate mortages

This week, we look at banks that are paying virtually no interest and making it almost impossible...

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Falling pension income, investment charges and what the Virgin/Northern Rock deal means for you

We look at how QE is hitting pensioner's income, whether investments are becoming too costly, and...

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A new mortgage guarantee scheme, index trackers and misuse of bridging loans

This week we look at whether the government's new scheme will get the housing market moving. Why...

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