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Four luxury city centre penthouses described as "the epitome of class and sophistication" are set to go on sale next week.

The Liversage Street apartments are expected to have a price tag of around £300,000 and boast views of Derby Theatre, the Arena, the railway station and even as far as the iPro Stadium.

They are likely to be snapped up by high-end buyers, as the quickfire rental of another top city centre flat last week proved plush apartments are in demand.



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In a quiet cul de sac sitting behind electric gates is this stunning six bedroom detached house, which is presented to the market in a contemporary and stylish design.



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The typical cost of a fixed rate mortgage could fall BELOW 1% if the Bank of England cuts interest rates again.

The average interest charged on a fixed rate mortgage has already fallen to a record low, with people borrowing 80% of their home’s value, typically getting rates of between 1.6% and 1.7%.


The main factor that would lead to lower mortgage rates would be a further reduction in interest rates, which would in turn push down lenders’ own borrowing costs.

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Struggling to get a foot on (or up) the property ladder? Here's our round-up of Government schemes that could provide just the boost you need.

Being a first-time buyer usually means forking out rent, saving for a deposit and playing catch-up with ever-rising house prices all at the same time. No easy feat.  But the good news is there are a range of Government schemes available which could provide just the boost you need to make it to the first (or next) rung of the housing ladder.


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Does it feel like your household bills are increasing dramatically even though you’re not using any more energy than usual? If the answer is yes, it will probably come as no surprise to learn that the cost of gas and electricity has gone up nearly £800 in eight years – that’s a whopping 151% since 2004.


Although shopping around for the cheapest energy provider can help bring costs down a little, the smarter way to cut your heating bills is to take better control of how much energy you’re using in the first place. So what’s the best tool for energy saving? A smart thermostat.

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