Increasing numbers of mortgages are available with no arrangement fees - but why? We explain the trend and what it means for the cost of your mortgage.
Buying with friends can be a brilliant option for getting on the property ladder. We explain what you need to know about the mortgage and legal aspects.
A Which? investigation has found some estate agents misleading buyers about in-house mortgage services. Should you use the broker your agent recommends?
Find out where first-time buyers are saving for their deposits the fastest, plus expert advice on how you can buy your own home sooner rather than later.
The 'Bank of Mum and Dad' now contributes to one in four property transactions - and you can help your child buy even if you don't have cash for a deposit.
Some people say their property is their pension - but is this savvy or reckless? We examine the pros and cons of investing in property vs pension.
Find out why house prices in Scotland are rising at six times the rate of those in England and Wales - plus how to spot an up-and-coming area.
The Post Office has launched a new '100% mortgage' - so what's the catch, and are there better options if you want to buy a home but don't have a deposit?
A new version of stamp duty - Land Transaction Tax (LTT) - now applies in Wales. Find out how much you'll pay under the new system with our LTT calculator.
We reveal the best day to list a property for sale in 20 of the UK's biggest cities, plus how to sell your home quickly and for the best price.