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Mortgages & property

Revealed: the happiest places to live in Great Britain in 2021

Revealed: the happiest places to live in Great Britain in 2021

Which? reveals the towns that topped the charts in Rightmove's Happy at Home Index, including average house prices and the latest home moving trends.

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Can shopping with ‘buy now, pay later’ schemes impact your chance of getting a mortgage?

Can shopping with ‘buy now, pay later’ schemes impact your chance of getting a mortgage?

With 'buy now, pay later' schemes soaring in popularity, Which? investigates whether having too much short-term debt could scupper your mortgage chances.

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Mortgage price war: the cheapest deals revealed as rates begin to rise

Mortgage price war: the cheapest deals revealed as rates begin to rise

With mortgage rates for buyers with big deposits rising from record lows, we reveal the cheapest deals and explain the key things borrowers need to consider.

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First-time buyers: how to get the best deal on a 90% or 95% mortgage

First-time buyers: how to get the best deal on a 90% or 95% mortgage

Which? explains how to get the best deal on a low-deposit mortgage, as lenders continue to launch more 90% and 95% deals.

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How is coronavirus affecting house prices?

How is coronavirus affecting house prices?

Which? explains how coronavirus is affecting house prices, including advice for buyers, sellers and people looking to switch mortgage deals.

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How much can you borrow when taking out a mortgage?

How much can you borrow when taking out a mortgage?

We analyse how much you can borrow when taking out a mortgage, including which banks offer the biggest loans and the criteria you'll need to meet.

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Leaseholders shouldn’t pay for cladding scandal, says Gove

Leaseholders shouldn’t pay for cladding scandal, says Gove

Housing Secretary Michael Gove has said homeowners in unsafe buildings shouldn’t have to pay to get them fixed.

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‘I feel guilty because I encouraged her’: leaseholders’ parents on the cladding scandal

‘I feel guilty because I encouraged her’: leaseholders’ parents on the cladding scandal

We speak to three parents about their experiences supporting their children through the cladding crisis.

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Autumn Budget 2021: £5bn fund confirmed for victims of cladding crisis

Autumn Budget 2021: £5bn fund confirmed for victims of cladding crisis

Get the lowdown on the main property announcements from today's Autumn Budget, including new funding for cladding remediation and affordable housing.

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Cost of moving house hits record high as stamp duty holiday ends

Cost of moving house hits record high as stamp duty holiday ends

Soaring house prices and the end of the stamp duty holiday mean moving house is getting more expensive. So should you hold off moving for now?

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