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Mortgages & property

Metro Bank sells £521m of mortgages to ‘zombie’ bank

Which? analyses Metro Bank selling a £521m mortgage book to a US hedge fund, including details of whether existing Metro borrowers will be affected.

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Should you find a new mortgage with Monzo?

Challenger bank Monzo is trialing a new mortgage feature in partnership with online broker Mojo Mortgages.

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Million-pound houses: where are buyers flocking for prime properties?

Which? analyses a new report showing that million pound house sales have dropped off after a decade of huge growth,

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16,000 landlords admit to underpaying tax as HMRC cracks down on buy-to-let

Which? assesses data that shows more landlords are admitting to underpaying tax to HMRC, and offers advice on how to ensure you're paying enough income tax.

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Habito launches buy-to-let mortgages: how do they compare?

Which? assesses new buy-to-let mortgages launched by the robo-adviser Habito, comparing the rates and terms on offer with the best deals in the market.

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Starling Bank partners with CreditLadder to boost renters’ credit scores

Tenants paying their rent from a Starling Bank account can choose to have the payments tracked by CreditLadder in-app. But are lenders actually using the data?

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Furniture giant Ikea set to build affordable housing in the UK

Which? explains new plans by Ikea to build affordable housing in Worthing, and explains the pros and cons of the growth in modular and off-site construction.

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New remortgaging deals launched to free ‘mortgage prisoners’

The Ipswich Building Society has launched six new remortgaging products specifically aimed at freeing ‘mortgage prisoners’ from their current deals.

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London house raffle finally closes one year on: will anyone win the property?

The Raffle House competition to win a flat in Brixton worth £650,000 ended on Sunday, but no one knows yet whether the lucky winner will get the property

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Flats are losing thousands of pounds in value: are first-time buyers to blame?

The average UK flat is worth £3,000 less than it was last year despite overall house prices rising. Are first-time buyers to blame?

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