Mortgages & property
People in England can now move house and view properties, as coronavirus lockdown measures are eased. Find out how it will work and what it means for sellers.
Which? explains the coronavirus help available for savers as well as renters, landlords, homeowners, borrowers and benefits claimants.
Which? explains how plans to offer homeowners and buy-to-let landlords three month payment holidays will work, including eligibility and how to apply.
Which? explains how the coronavirus outbreak could affect house prices, including advice for buyers, sellers and people looking to switch mortgage deals.
Which? explains why lenders have withdrawn the vast majority of 90% and 95% mortgages, and offers advice on whether first-time buyers can still get a good rate.
Which? reveals how house hunters are changing their searches and priorities due to the coronavirus, and offers advice on moving after the lockdown.
Which? explains the remortgaging options available to homeowners who are getting furlough pay, including which lenders require affordability tests.
Which? explains how estate agents are increasingly conducting video viewings for buyers and renters, including advice on the process, pitfalls and protections.
Which? explains the best remortgaging rates available to buy-to-let landlords, amid a 40% drop in the number of deals available.
Which? reveals the areas in England where landlords are required to sign up for an additional or selective licensing scheme.