Counting The Cost Of A Listed Building

Does your dream of moving to the country include a thatched cottage with roses round the door? Whether your heart is set on half-timbering, or you prefer a Georgian pile, brace yourself for the costs of a listed building.

Counting the cost of a listed building I’m happy to introduce a guest post by Faith Archer from Much More With Less, a blog about moving to the country, living on less and making the most of it.   Does your dream of moving to the country include a thatched cottage with roses round the door? Whether your heart is set […]

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Free Stuff For New TopCashback Members

The week's best TopCashback new member offers!

TopCashback new member offers: There are always lots of new member offers and great deals for freebies from TopCashback to entice new members to join up. And guess what – it’s a win-win situation, because TopCashback is one of the best tools in the savvy money saver’s toolkit! TopCashback freebies are, sadly, for new members only. Of course, it’s a […]

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Five Things To Consider Before Getting A Mortgage

Here are five things to consider before getting a mortgage.

Here are five things to consider before getting a mortgage. Maybe you’ve decided it’s time to take the plunge and buy your own home. Well, that’s great! It’s definitely an exciting process, but of course there are a few things to think about first. Now, this isn’t a post about what to think about when choosing a house; you can […]

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Five Frugal Things We’ve Done 13/04/18

Five frugal things for 13th April 2018, including stacking Zeek and Argos vouchers!

Five frugal things we’ve done this fortnight: It’s been a fortnight for blitzing cash, to be blunt. The school holidays are tricky when your kids get to be teenagers: old enough to have formed strong opinions about what they do and with whom, but not old enough to arrange their own affairs. It was expensive, going here and there and […]

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