We use cookies to allow us and selected partners to improve your experience and our advertising. By continuing to browse you consent to our use of cookies. You can understand more and change your cookies preferences here.

London house prices fall – is now the time to invest in buy-to-let?

Falling house prices combined with rising rents mean London could be attractive to potential landlords - so where are the best London areas for buy-to-let?

How much could you save by remortgaging this month? The best rates revealed

Which? reveals the best remortgage deals available to people coming to the end of their mortgage's introductory period and wanting to avoid paying an SVR.

What will Brexit mean for buy-to-let landlords?

Which? explains how the UK's exit from the EU could affect buy-to-let landlords, including right to rent, house prices, mortgage costs and yields.

Equity release schemes offer homeowners monthly salary in retirement

Which? explains how lenders are offering more innovative equity release deals and provides advice on alternatives including retirement interest only mortgages.

Selling your house: should you pay attention to house price indices?

Which? explores the five biggest house price indices, offering expert advice on whether sellers should be concerned by headlines about house prices.

Will setting up a limited company give you a cheaper buy-to-let mortgage rate?

More portfolio landlords are incorporating to lower their tax bill - but what does this mean for the buy-to-let mortgages available to you? Which? investigates.

First-time buyers: how to find the best mortgage rate with a 5% deposit

Which? explains how buyers with a 5% deposit can benefit from a low-cost discount mortgage, and weighs up the pros and cons of variable-rate deals.

Revealed: the best remortgaging rates for April 2019

Which? assesses the lowest rates on fixed and tracker mortgages for homeowners looking to switch deal in April.

Shared ownership mortgage rates getting cheaper

Rates on shared ownership mortgages are getting cheaper. Which? reveals the best deals and assesses whether you should buy through a shared ownership scheme.

Should first-time buyers take out a 40-year mortgage?

Mortgages with maximum terms of 40 years make up around half of the market, but how much extra will such a long-term deal cost you?

Back to top
Back to top