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Buy-to-let mortgage deals up 30% on last year

The number of buy-to-let mortgage deals has hit a 10-year high as the countdown to new lending rules continues, but which deal should you go for?

What’s next for new-build leasehold buyers?

As the government's consultation on leasehold new-build homes ends, Which? looks at what could be next for those affected by ground rent doubling clauses.

Two weeks until landlords face buy-to-let clampdown

Which? analyses how tougher buy-to-let lending rules coming into force at the end of September will affect property investors with four or more homes

Mortgage rates hit historic low: are you better off?

Which? investigates who benefits most from historically low interest rates in the fixed-rate mortgage market, and where you can find the best deals.

Monzo bank customers to lose free overseas cash withdrawals

Challenger bank Monzo is consulting its community on how to bring in overseas ATM fees, as its costs have more than doubled in the last year.

Self-builders due £30,000 on average in VAT rebate

New research shows self-builders are failing to claim VAT windfalls - but what are the financial pros and cons of building your own home?

Buy-to-let landlords: will setting up a company cut your tax bill?

Which? considers whether buy-to-let property investors are better creating their portfolios as sole traders or incorporating as businesses.

First-time buyers bag £50,000 in 5 years: how to use your profits

Research from Savills shows buyers who bought their first home in 2012 have an average of £50,000 equity - but is it enough to step up the ladder?

Is this the death of the cash Isa?

Which? analyses new data that shows cash Isa subscriptions have dropped significantly, and questions whether saving in an Isa is still worthwhile.

How to buy a £225,000 house with £15,000

Which? looks at how first-time buyers can get on to the ladder with a small deposit, factoring in extra expenses such as stamp duty and exchange deposits.

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