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Remortgaging before Brexit: how to get the cheapest deal as the rate war hots up

Which? analyses how mortgage rates have dropped since the 2016 EU referendum and offers advice on getting the best deal before Brexit.

Buy-to-let mortgage cashback boom: should landlords be enticed by ‘free’ money?

Which? analyses whether buy-to-let landlords should be tempted by cashback mortgages, with a third of remortgaging deals now coming with incentives.

Sainsbury’s Bank stops offering mortgages: why are smaller lenders struggling to compete?

We explore why Sainsbury's Bank has pulled out of offering mortgages, and offers tips on what to do if your bank ceases mortgage lending.

Should you use your savings to overpay your mortgage?

Which? explains the pros and cons of overpaying your mortgage rather than investing your money in a savings account at a time of low interest rates.

Revealed: Britain’s most expensive streets to buy a property

Which? examines new research showing the number of million-pound streets in Britain has dropped by 10% in the space of a year.

Halifax launches no-deposit mortgage: is it the best option for first-time buyers?

Which? compares the new Halifax guarantor mortgage with other deals on the market, and offers advice for parents looking to help their child on to the ladder.

Buy-to-let landlords: where in the UK are rents rising fastest?

Which? assesses new data that shows rents are rising in every region of the UK, and offers advice on finding the right rental property as a buy-to-let investor.

Is buying a house in London becoming more affordable?

Which? assesses whether falling property prices and cheap mortgage deals means now is a good time to buy a house in London.

Will the latest Help to Buy and shared ownership changes benefit homeowners?

Which? assesses whether changes to Help to Buy and shared ownership schemes will help homeowners looking to remortgage or staircase to full ownership.

Has it become easier to get a bad credit mortgage?

Which? explains the mortgage options available for borrowers with impaired credit histories, including those who've had IVAs, CCJs or bankruptcies.

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