Mortgages & property
Some people say their property is their pension, but with life expectancy at an all-time high, is this a reckless investment strategy to take?
Which? assesses changes to Barclays mortgage criteria which allow buyers with earnings of £30,000 to take out a mortgage at five times their annual income.
Parents are expected to pay out billions of pounds to help their children buy a home. Which? explains how you can help your child purchase a property.
A year on from our investigation into the leasehold scandal, Which? analyses the government's progress in reforming the leasehold market.
From valuation and house survey fees to removal costs, first-time buyers could need to save around £5,000 more than their mortgage deposit to buy a house.
A new mortgage from Leek United Building Society offers no-up front fees and a cashback incentive - so how does it compare to other 95% mortgages?
Find out if you'd be better off opting for a 95% mortgage rather than using the government's Help to Buy scheme
Which? offers advice on your mortgage options if you have a CCJ, IVA or bankruptcy, including details of the best mortgages rates for borrowers with bad credit.
New research claims to reveal the best cities for landlords hoping to recoup their initial investment costs quickly.
Which? analyses a new report that shows how much people around the UK are spending on mortgage repayments, and offers advice on finding the best place to live.