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£10m a month handed out in stamp duty refunds

Which? explains how more than £10m has been handed out in refunds to people who have been caught up in paying additional rates of stamp duty.

Bank of England increases base rate to 0.5%

Which? analyses how the Monetary Policy Committee's decision to increase the Bank of England base rate to 0.5% could impact on savers and homeowners.

Ban on letting agent fees introduced as draft bill

Which? responds to the government announcing it will bring its proposed letting agent fees ban to parliament in the form of a new draft bill.

Fixed-rate mortgages get more expensive as base rate hike looms

Which? assesses how you can still get a good fixed rate deal as costs increase ahead of a possible increase in the Bank of England base rate.

Could you pay in a cheque using your phone?

Which? looks at new technology launched today, which will replace the current paper system and allow banks to clear cheques in one working day.

Rental revolution: 5 reforms shaking up lettings in Scotland

Which? looks at the sweeping changes coming into force in Scotland's rented sector, with tenancy lengths, rent caps and evictions among the key issues.

Homeowners brace for expected base rate rise

Which? has published new research examining the effect that a rise in the Bank of England base rate could have on homeowners with variable mortgage deals

Over 55s more likely to report fly-tipping than fraud

Which? looks at a new survey from the Financial Conduct Authority which suggests people approached by investment fraudsters are failing to come forward.

Government moves to speed up home buying

Which? reacts to the government launching a call for evidence into how obstacles that slow down the home buying and selling process could be reformed.

How landlords can use their income to beat new buy-to-let rules

Which? looks at how lenders are using top slicing to offer buy-to-let mortgages to portfolio landlords who struggle to meet new affordability criteria.

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