Mortgages & property
If you've had a CCJ, an IVA or even gone bankrupt, you could still get a mortgage. Which? shows just how much choice there is in the bad credit mortgage market.
Which? explains how homeowners with a 95% mortgage can make the most of the equity in their homes to save thousands of pounds by switching to a better deal.
The average Airbnb host makes £3,100 a year - but it's not always simple. Find out what the tax and mortgage implications of letting via Airbnb are.
Which? explains the pros and cons of fixing your mortgage for a decade, as the number of 10-year fixes increases by 50% in the space of a year.
Reports of the death of buy-to-let may be premature, but there’s no hiding the fact that it’s a complicated time to be a landlord. And as we settle in to...
HRBS has launched a part-interest-only, part-repayment mortgage for retired homeowners. How does it work, and would a retirement interest-only deal work better?
Which? offers its predictions for what might happen in the mortgage market for first-time buyers, remortgagers, homemovers and buy-to-let landlords in 2019.
We take a look at the cheapest areas to buy a property in London, government first-time buyer schemes and whether it's worth exploring London commuter towns.
Find out the best deals for three-year fixed-rate mortgages, how they compare to other terms, and what you need to bear in mind before opting for a deal
The Help to Buy Isa, which gives first-time buyers free cash towards their first home, will end in November 2019. Should you open one before it's too late?