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Mortgages & property

What will Brexit mean for house prices?

Brexit could have a big impact on house prices and mortgages. With a general election looming, what will happen depending on deal vs no deal?

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First-time buyers: here’s how you can buy a three-bedroom house rather than a flat

Which? assesses data showing first-time buyers are seeking out three-bedroom houses rather than flats, including advice on mortgage options and Help to Buy.

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Online broker launches free bad credit mortgage advice

Which? explains how borrowers can get free advice on bad credit mortgages, and explains how to get a loan with an adverse credit history.

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Should you invest your pension pot in a buy-to-let property?

Which? assesses research that shows people are increasingly looking to access their pension pots to invest in property, and offers advice on the pros and cons.

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First-time buyers begin to despair – but there are reasons to be hopeful

New research shows 28% of tenants aged 35 to 44 think they'll be renting forever - but some aspects of home-buying are improving for first-time buyers.

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

Which? offers advice on how long to fix your mortgage deal for, including details of the best rates and key trends in the mortgage market so far this year.

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House raffle ads found to be ‘misleading’

Find out why the Advertising Standards Agency has ruled against Raffle House after receiving three complaints about the company's advertising

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New shared ownership plans could help you buy a flat for £2,000: what’s the catch?

Which? assesses new government plans to overhaul the shared ownership system and allow first-time buyers to purchase a home with deposits of just £2,000.

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One month left for first-time buyers to get free government cash

First-time buyers have until 30 November to apply for a Help to Buy Isa, which earns extra cash for your deposit. Find out where you can get the best Isa rates.

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New mortgage service turns first-time buyers into cash buyers: should you be tempted?

Which? assesses a new mortgage deal which offers a short term loan to give first-time buyers 'cash buyer' status while their mortgage application is processed.

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