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General Insurance. A Grand Lesson for Homeowners?

National Account Manager for Protection Craig Bryce looks at the lessons that can be learnt from the recent disaster that left an innovative eco home and its owners devastated in an instant

Mortgage Intelligence update: Landlords prepare for September’s PRA changes

Nathan Reilly discusses the upcoming changes in the buy to let market and how advisers can help landlords prepare for them

Mortgage Intelligence Update: The revival of the prefabricated home

Product Development Manager Nathan Reilly reflects on the up and coming trend of prefabricated homes.

Mortgage Intelligence update: Are garden homes the answer to the housing crisis?

Head of Mortgages and Insurance Stephanie Charman explores whether the Government’s new garden homes are a possible answer to the UK housing crisis

Ipswich Building Society: Shared ownership from Generation Rent to First Time Buyers

When The Who sang about My Generation it became a symbol of teenage angst. Released in 1965, “their generation” experienced the gaining popularity of the cassette recorder, could buy a loaf of bread for 9p (1970) and the average first time home owner in the 1960s was just 23, rising to 26 in 1974.