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An insight into how much underground tunnels and infinity swimming pools actually cost celebrities and how this can affect the long term selling price or their homes.
Find out the impact of broadband speed on house prices. The money.co.uk broadband checker reveals the best places for fast home broadband in 50 states across the USA.
Compare the cost of living for vegans and vegetarians around the world with this easy-to-use calculator revealing vegan cooking classes, speciality restaurants and food costs on money.co.uk a UK energy comparison site.
With The Great British Bake Off returning to our screens this Autumn, the personal finance experts at money.co.uk have investigated how much previous and this year's contestants could earn with their increased social following.
A unit trust puts your money in the hands of an expert fund manager together with other investors. Here is what you need to know about unit trusts before you invest.
You may have to pay extra types of tax if you make money from your investments. Here is how your investments are taxed and how your tax band can affect what you pay.
Money.co.uk reveals 10 simple things that could actually stop you from being able to claim on your home insurance.
While COVID-19 has caused enormous disruption for those trying to get on the housing ladder, money.co.uk has outlined some simple things you can do to boost your chances of getting a mortgage.
Many apps and games which are free to download make their revenue from a litany of in-app purchases. Money.co.uk has discovered what proportion of ‘free’ apps on the Google Play Store have the potential for hidden costs.
If you want to invest in property and rent it out to someone else, you will need a buy to let mortgage. Here is everything you need to know about them.
The Help to Buy scheme could make it easier for you to get your first home with help from the government. Here is how it works and how to use it.
If you want to borrow a small sum of cash to repay a debt, or clear an overdraft, you can use a money transfer credit card to move credit into your current account.