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First-time buyers: what’s the best 95% mortgage deal?

A new mortgage from Leek United Building Society offers no-up front fees and a cashback incentive - so how does it compare to other 95% mortgages?

Bad credit mortgages: best rates for borrowers with CCJs, IVAs and bankruptcies

Which? offers advice on your mortgage options if you have a CCJ, IVA or bankruptcy, including details of the best mortgages rates for borrowers with bad credit.

Are you spending too much on your mortgage repayments?

Which? analyses a new report that shows how much people around the UK are spending on mortgage repayments, and offers advice on finding the best place to live.

15 things you need to know about the Help to Buy scheme

Which? explains the key things first-time buyers need to know before they buy a property using the Help to Buy scheme, from exchange deposits to mortgages.

Could you get a better mortgage rate by using a broker?

Which? assesses the benefits of using a mortgage broker, focusing on the number of mortgage deals and best rates available directly or through brokers.

New tax burden for landlords

Tenant-fees ban comes into force: what buy-to-let landlords need to know

Which? explains the key things landlords need to know about the tenant fees ban, including what they can charge for and the penalties for failing to adhere.

Banks vs building societies: where can you get the best mortgage rate?

Which? analyses whether first-time buyers and home movers could get a cheaper mortgage by choosing a building society rather than a high street bank.

Will the new Help to Buy scheme really help first-time buyers?

Two years before the launch of the next iteration of Help to Buy, the government faces criticism over the regional price caps it plans to propose.

Remortgaging in 2019: could you get a cheaper rate and cut the cost of your monthly repayments?

Which? explains how the cost of mortgages has changed over the last five years, and offers advice on whether you can save money by remortgaging in 2019.

Tesco Bank pulls mortgage range and announces sell-off: what does it mean for customers?

Which? explains what Tesco Bank's decision to pull out of the mortgage market means for its 23,000 existing customers.

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