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Mortgages & property

Bank of England increases base rate to 0.5%

Which? analyses how the Monetary Policy Committee's decision to increase the Bank of England base rate to 0.5% could impact on savers and homeowners.

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Ban on letting agent fees introduced as draft bill

Which? responds to the government announcing it will bring its proposed letting agent fees ban to parliament in the form of a new draft bill.

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Fixed-rate mortgages get more expensive as base rate hike looms

Which? assesses how you can still get a good fixed rate deal as costs increase ahead of a possible increase in the Bank of England base rate.

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Can you afford these famous haunted houses?

Crystal chandeliers, vintage fittings and desirable addresses – these homes seem to have it all, and at a discount price. But would you snap up a bargain if it meant...

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Rental revolution: 5 reforms shaking up lettings in Scotland

Which? looks at the sweeping changes coming into force in Scotland's rented sector, with tenancy lengths, rent caps and evictions among the key issues.

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Homeowners brace for expected base rate rise

Which? has published new research examining the effect that a rise in the Bank of England base rate could have on homeowners with variable mortgage deals

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Could paying rent on time help you get a mortgage?

Which? looks at proposals to include rent payments on credit reports to make it easier for tenants to get a mortgage, as the government debates the matter.

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Government moves to speed up home buying

Which? reacts to the government launching a call for evidence into how obstacles that slow down the home buying and selling process could be reformed.

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First-time buyers over 40 years: Millennials have to work twice as hard to buy a home

The number of young people buying their first home is creeping up – but the Millennial generation buys later, spends more and devotes double the proportion of their salary than...

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How landlords can use their income to beat new buy-to-let rules

Which? looks at how lenders are using top slicing to offer buy-to-let mortgages to portfolio landlords who struggle to meet new affordability criteria.

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