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Remortgaging clinic: how to remortgage with a Help to Buy equity loan

In the first of our remortgaging clinics, David Blake offers advice to Lucia, who is looking to remortgage a property she bought using London Help to Buy.

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Revealed: the UK holiday let features that attract the biggest yield

Find out which property features will improve your yield if you're investing in a UK holiday let, plus the extra rules that apply to holiday let mortgages.

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Average first-time buyer deposit falls by 8% – can you buy a home now?

The average first-time buyer deposit was almost £4,000 lower in the last financial year. Could you already have enough savings to buy your first home?

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Mortgage rates drop: how to get the cheapest deal when buying or remortgaging

Which? explains how the cost of mortgages dropped in January and offers advice for homebuyers and remortgagers looking to get the best deal.

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Buy-to-let landlords must join redress scheme or face a £5,000 fine

Which? explains how government plans to introduce a single dispute resolution system could affect landlords.

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Busted: the eight first-time buyer mortgage myths you shouldn’t believe

From deposits to deal periods, Which? goes on a mortgage myth-busting mission to reveal the facts behind the first-time buyer fiction.

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Asking prices in London fall but where are the cheapest homes?

New data reveals that house prices in London are falling find out where you can afford to buy and the cheapest homes in London.

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New tax burden for landlords

Buy-to-let landlords: can you get the lowest mortgage rates?

Which? assesses rate cuts in the buy-to-let market, and explains the criteria borrowers will need to meet to get the chart-topping rates.

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Should you get a tracker mortgage in 2019?

Tracker mortgages, which rise and fall with the base rate, are more affordable than either two or five-year fixed-rate deals. But is it risky to take one out?

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Half of all house sales fall through: how to sell your house in 2019

Half of all property sales fell through in the last three months of 2018. We give advice on how to keep your house sale on track.

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