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Mortgages & property

Are you spending too much on your mortgage repayments?

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.

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15 things you need to know about the Help to Buy scheme

Which? explains the key things first-time buyers need to know before they buy a property using the Help to Buy scheme, from exchange deposits to mortgages.

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MPs launch inquiry to help free ‘mortgage prisoners’

A cross-party group of MPs has launched an inquiry to find fairness for mortgage prisoners, potentially helping thousands of homeowners.

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Could you get a better mortgage rate by using a broker?

Which? assesses the benefits of using a mortgage broker, focusing on the number of mortgage deals and best rates available directly or through brokers.

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Mortgage approvals increase – here’s how to get accepted

Thousands had their mortgage applications approved in April. Here's how you can join them.

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Should you fix your mortgage rate for seven or ten years?

Fixed-rate mortgages that last seven or 10 years are becoming more common, but is locking-into a deal for up to a decade a good idea?

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Gap grows between asking and selling prices: could you save thousands when buying a home?

The average home is selling for 3.9% less than asking price, find out which city you can get the biggest property discount and if now's the time to buy.

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New tax burden for landlords

Tenant-fees ban comes into force: what buy-to-let landlords need to know

Which? explains the key things landlords need to know about the tenant fees ban, including what they can charge for and the penalties for failing to adhere.

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Banks vs building societies: where can you get the best mortgage rate?

Which? analyses whether first-time buyers and home movers could get a cheaper mortgage by choosing a building society rather than a high street bank.

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Just six months left to open a Help to Buy Isa – but should you bother?

First-time buyers have until 30 November to benefit from this government-backed savings product - but should you sign up?

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