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London house prices: the 24 boroughs where prices are falling

Buying a home in London can seem like an impossible dream but a new report shows property prices in three-quarters of the capital’s boroughs have fallen.

Cheap ‘teaser’ loan rates costing borrowers £194m

Borrowers could be paying hundreds of pounds more on the best personal loan deals because they aren't offered the advertised rate. Here's how to fight back.

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Leeds Building Society launches fee-free retirement interest-only mortgage

A raft of new mortgages for older borrowers have hit the market. We take a closer look at what they offer and how they compare.

From Laybuy to Klarna: how safe is ‘buy now, pay later’ online?

The next time you’re in-store or shopping online you could be given the choice to spread the cost of your purchase and pay by Laybuy. Is it safe?

Average first-time buyer deposit falls by 8% – can you buy a home now?

The average first-time buyer deposit was almost £4,000 lower in the last financial year. Could you already have enough savings to buy your first home?

February 2019 premium bond winners: is it still worth it if you lose?

National Savings and Investments (NS&I) has revealed February’s premium bond prize draw winners. But if you aren't one of the lucky few to nab a cash prize this time should you consider cashing them in?

Self-employed mortgage squeeze: can you still get a deal?

Two specialist mortgage providers have suspended lending raising concerns the self-employed could find it harder to get a loan. Which? takes a closer look.

Which lender gives you the biggest mortgage?

The amount you can borrow through a mortgage could vary by as much as £22,500 depending on the lender you apply with, according to Which? research.

Cheap two-year fixed rate mortgages ending: act now to avoid a bill shock

If you took advantage of the record-low fixed-rate mortgages on the market two years ago, you need to act fast to avoid a blow to your budget.

Help to Buy vs 95% mortgage: which is best for first-time buyers?

The Government’s Help to Buy equity loan scheme is helping thousands of first-time buyers with a 5% deposit purchase a home, but could you be better off with a traditional 95% mortgage in the long run?

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