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In which city are house prices growing fastest?

Which? assesses new data which shows how house prices are changing in England and Wales, before offering tips on how you can find the right area for you.

Should you be tempted by a £1,000 mortgage incentive?

Which? assesses the pros and cons of a new cashback mortgage from Tesco Bank and explains how you can compare products to get the best deal.

Right to Buy pilot launches: can you buy your housing association home?

Which? explains the new Right to Buy pilot for housing association tenants in the Midlands, including eligibility and when the scheme may be extended.

Lenders pledge to offer help to 10,000 mortgage prisoners

Which? explains how major banks have signed up to offer better deals to 10,000 mortgage prisoners who are trapped on their lender's reversion rate.

Bank of England raises base rate to 0.75%: how will it affect you?

Which? assesses the Bank of England decision to increase interest rates and explains the impact this could have on your savings and mortgage repayments.

Could you save £500 a year by buying a new-build home?

Which? assesses new data that shows how much buyers of new-build homes can save on their energy bills compared to those purchasing existing properties.

How much money do you need to buy a home with London Help to Buy?

Which? assesses the true cost of buying a home using the London Help to Buy scheme, including how much deposit you'll need and mortgage affordability.

Should you use Help to Buy or get a 95% mortgage?

Which? assesses whether the pros and cons of Help to Buy mortgages for first-time buyers, and looks at how deals improve if you save a bigger deposit.

Should you get a mortgage from the supermarket?

Which? assesses mortgage deals from high street brands Sainsbury's, Tesco and Marks and Spencer to see how they compare against the big banks.

Should you get a two-year or five-year fixed-rate mortgage?

Which? assesses new research that claims five-year fixed-rate mortgages are offering good value as popular two-year deals get more expensive.

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