Mortgages & property
Which assesses a new seven-year fixed-rate mortgage from Skipton and offers advice on whether fixing in the long-term is a good idea for homebuyers.
First-time buyers are making drastic lifestyle changes to save up for a property deposit, a new survey from Which? Mortgage Advisers has shown.
Which? assesses new research which shows pensioners are releasing £3bn of equity in their properties each year, as the equity release market expands.
As the government considers a shake-up of the tuition fee system, Which? explains how student loans will affect your application for a mortgage.
The number of homes worth more than £1m has risen in recent years - so which areas have the highest concentration of high-value property?
Which? assesses the rise in popularity of joint borrower sole proprietor mortgages for parents hoping to help their children buy their first home.
Are you a London first-time buyer? Discover schemes that could help, including the 'first dibs' policy, Living Rent, Help to Buy and shared ownership.
Homebuyers have benefited from historic low rates. But as a scheme providing cheap funding to banks comes to an end, are borrowers set for a rate hike?
In light of FCA research on interest-only mortgage payment shortfalls, Which? explains the options available to people struggling to repay their mortgage.
The average deposit put down by a first-time buyer ranges from £13,700 to a whopping £175,000 depending on where they live. What's happening in your area?