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Spanish eyes on holiday homes
25 Mar 2006 source: thisismoney.co.uk

Simon Lambert, This is Money25 March 2006 MANY of us love the idea of a place in the sun. And despite surveys regularly claiming that Bulgaria, Romania or Estonia are the place to be, it's Spain where most Brits still opt for a holiday home. TAX TARGET: Authorities in Spain will no longer turn a blind eye to undeclared income from letting holiday homes WANT TO KNOW MORE? REPORT: French target Brits abroad GUIDE: The best way to send cash abroad DEAL FINDER: Pick of the mortga ...


Signs of slowdown in US housing
24 Mar 2006 source: ft.com

By Christopher Swann in WashingtonPublished: March 24 2006 13:57 | Last updated: March 24 2006 17:20Sales of US new homes plunged 10.5 per cent in February, prices fell and the stock of unsold homes hit its highest level in 10 years, providing the clearest indication yet that the red-hot housing market may be cooling. // Sales of new homes slid to 1.08m, the forth consecutive decline. The price of new homes fell 3 per cent from a year ago. With a flood of new properties coming onto the market, ...


IPO REPORT: Tim Hortons Rises More Than 30% In Debut
24 Mar 2006 source: morningstar.com

NEW YORK (Dow Jones) - Tim Hortons Inc. made dough in its initial public offering Friday as shares of Canada's doughnut giant rose more than 30% in early trading. Tim Hortons (THI) shares opened at $31.95 on the New York Stock Exchange, well above the company's IPO price of $23.16 a share. The stock changed hands at $ 31.73 in recent trading for a rise of about 33%. Tipping the scales at $672  ...


So who were the winners in Budget 2006?
24 Mar 2006 source: ft.com

Tax experts failed to single out any winners from this week’s Budget and said that City workers and wealthy individuals looking to pass on assets in trust would be dealt the hardest blows. // The big surprise was the “cataclysmic” changes Gordon Brown made to the inheritance tax treatment of trusts. These could result in around 100,000 investors having to pay tax on trusts set up to fund the education of children or to reduce inheritance tax liability. Other than this, tax experts felt the cha ...


Leeds Fee-Free Three-Year Fixed-Rate Offset mortgage launched ...
24 Mar 2006 source: moneynews.co.uk

Fri 24th Mar 2006 A Leeds Fee-Free Three-Year Fixed-Rate Offset mortgage has been unveiled today, with the lender stating that it offers the benefit of a set interest rate combined with the ability to offset their loan. The package has a fixed rate of 5.69 per cent until April 30th 2008, does not have a higher lending charge up to 90 per cent loan to value (LTV) and is available up to 95 ...


Bank of Scotland One-Year Fixed-Rate mortgage among new offers ...
24 Mar 2006 source: moneynews.co.uk

Fri 24th Mar 2006 A Bank of Scotland One-Year Fixed-Rate mortgage is among a selection of self-certified products that have been launched today. The deal is available at up to 85 per cent loan to value (LTV) and has a rate of 4.75 per cent until June 30th 2007, reports product website Mortgage Introducer. A reduction of ten per cent has been made to the two-year tracker rates, which sta ...


BM Solutions Two-Year Fixed-Rate Buy-to-Let mortgage added to range ...
24 Mar 2006 source: moneynews.co.uk

Fri 24th Mar 2006 A BM Solutions Two-Year Fixed-Rate Buy-to-Let mortgage is among the new additions to the company's range today, with a 5.19 per cent rate fixed until June 1st 2008. A Two-Year Buy-To-Let Tracker product for remortgages was also announced, with a 4.49 per cent opening rate. Product website Mortgage Introducer has reported that this deal also offers a refund of valuation ...


Thirtysomethings go home
24 Mar 2006 source: thisismoney.co.uk

This is Money24 March 2006 HOMES are being turned into ant hills, as cash-strapped people in their 30s move back in with their parents. BACK TO MINE: Cash-strapped singletons are moving in with mum again WANT TO KNOW MORE? SAVE: 50 ways to save money SWITCH AND SAVE: Bills GUIDE: House insurance OTHER STORIES Romance ruined by cash concerns Broadband special report Smokers and drinkers hit Eat out, stay in, save cash Best moneysaving sites on the web HAVE YO ...


2ND UPDATE: GM To Reap About $9B By Selling Stake In GMAC
23 Mar 2006 source: morningstar.com

NEW YORK (Dow Jones) -- General Motors Corp., seeking to raise cash, said Thursday it closed a deal to sell a majority interest in its GMAC Commercial Holding Corp. Detroit-based GM (GM) will reap proceeds of about $9 billion, by selling part of the business to an investor group led by private-equity firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, Five Mile Capital Partners and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners. The ...


UPDATE: GM To Reap About $9B By Selling Stake In GMAC
23 Mar 2006 source: morningstar.com

NEW YORK (Dow Jones) -- General Motors Corp., seeking to raise cash, said Thursday it closed a deal to sell a majority interest in its GMAC Commercial Holding Corp. Detroit-based GM (GM) will reap proceeds of about $9 billion, by selling part of the business to an investor group led by private-equity firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, Five Mile Capital Partners and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners. The ...


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