The ING International Survey Savings 2019 highlights the difficulties people are facing across Europe, the USA and Australia when it comes...
Are you thinking of buying a home? Typically, a deposit on the full price will be needed. Here are ways to save for a house fast.
Jenny Robinson looks at how we make decisions when faced with a choice, and whether comparisons are useful or wasteful.
How scarcity puts the squeeze on your money choices
Should you make a fresh start for New Year?
percent in Europe say to subsidise energy-efficient appliances
Many wouldn’t pay to reduce environmental impacts of living in their home; some say they do enough already.
Be your own choice architect: see your savings grow
percent of non-home owners don’t expect to ever buy a home
There’s no place like home – if you can afford one
Beware the Ikea effect! Why buying or selling a house can mess with your mind
Owning your own home is a dream for many, but older first-time buyers may struggle with lending criteria.
Divide your funds – and conquer your future
Buying into the dream – a view from homes across Europe
Will house prices continue to rise forever?
Homes and mortgages: Is your country on the right road?
What is optimism bias?
What is planning fallacy?
Is debt the main driver of the UK housing market?
Happy with your home? Most are – but many are not
Crowded out by high house prices? Survey pictures lives on hold
What is a 100% mortgage?
Saving money – the first step to financial independence
Should I buy a house and rent out part of it?
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