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Hi Anon, 

Since you're saving exactly £500 per month, I'd recommend opening a regular saver account. With Coventry, you can deposit up to £500/month. Regular savers are great because they offer higher interest rates than other savings accounts. This page 28 has a list of the highest-paying regular savers atm. 

I won't recommend putting the money in a stocks and shares ISA with only 3 years to go before you buy the house. It's just too risky.

I hope this helps!

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We use Starling for joint accounts. You don't get any special perks but it's super easy to get started. We've also set up direct debits for most bills excluding groceries, etc. to make everything easy.