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Self-employed workers face stricter mortgage checks: how to improve your chances

Self-employed workers face stricter mortgage checks: how to improve your chances

Self-employed workers are finding it harder than before to get a mortgage, with banks tightening their criteria. Find out our top tips on getting accepted.

How is coronavirus affecting house prices?

How is coronavirus affecting house prices?

Which? explains how coronavirus is affecting house prices, including advice for buyers, sellers and people looking to switch mortgage deals.

First-time buyers: how to get the best deal on a 90% or 95% mortgage

First-time buyers: how to get the best deal on a 90% or 95% mortgage

Which? explains how to get the best deal on a low-deposit mortgage, as lenders continue to launch more 90% and 95% deals.

Are mortgages for first-time buyers and home movers getting cheaper?

Are mortgages for first-time buyers and home movers getting cheaper?

Discover what's happening to mortgage availability and rates, whether you're buying a home with a big or small deposit.

Buy-to-let mortgage choice improving for landlords: is now the time to invest in property?

Buy-to-let mortgage choice improving for landlords: is now the time to invest in property?

With lenders launching hundreds of new buy-to-let mortgages, Which? explains whether now is a good time to invest in property.

Is downsizing to a smaller home right for you?

Is downsizing to a smaller home right for you?

With house prices on the rise, we explain the pros and cons of downsizing to a smaller home, including releasing cash, emotional and practical factors.

Stamp duty holiday changes: how you can still make a saving when buying a home

Stamp duty holiday changes: how you can still make a saving when buying a home

Find out how buyers in England and Northern Ireland can still make savings on their tax bills despite the stamp duty holiday tapering off.

Renters in Scotland and Wales offered financial support as Covid-19 eviction bans end

Renters in Scotland and Wales offered financial support as Covid-19 eviction bans end

Which? explains how new support measures for tenants in Scotland and Wales will work, as eviction bans come to an end.

Are the cheapest mortgage deals too good to be true?

Are the cheapest mortgage deals too good to be true?

Mortgages now come with up-front fees averaging more than £1,000, meaning those with the lowest rates might not be the cheapest overall.

Leasehold scandal: some homeowners to receive ground rent refunds and freehold discounts

Leasehold scandal: some homeowners to receive ground rent refunds and freehold discounts

Two leasehold firms will offer refunds and discounts to homeowners affected by escalating ground rents after a CMA investigation into the leasehold scandal.

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