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Mortgages & property

Leasehold scandal: government pledges to make it cheaper to extend leases and cut ground rents

Leasehold scandal: government pledges to make it cheaper to extend leases and cut ground rents

Which? explains the government's new proposals to make it easier and cheaper for leaseholders to extend their lease or buy their freehold.

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Can you move home during the COVID-19 lockdown?

Can you move home during the COVID-19 lockdown?

Which? explains the latest rules for home buyers and tenants across the UK, including whether house viewings and moves are allowed during the current lockdown.

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13 things buy-to-let landlords need to know in 2021

13 things buy-to-let landlords need to know in 2021

Which? explains the key things buy-to-let landlords should be aware of in 2021, including the impact of COVID-19 and Brexit and changes to eviction rules.

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Nine steps to buying your first home in 2021

Nine steps to buying your first home in 2021

From boosting opening a lifetime Isa to boost your deposit to exploring government schemes, discover our tips for getting onto the property ladder in 2021.

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11 mortgage predictions for first-time buyers, homeowners and buy-to-let landlords in 2021

11 mortgage predictions for first-time buyers, homeowners and buy-to-let landlords in 2021

Which? offers its predictions for what might happen in the mortgage market for first-time buyers, remortgagers, homemovers and buy-to-let landlords in 2021.

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How to sell your house quickly in 2021

How to sell your house quickly in 2021

Despite a year of economic chaos, if you're planning to sell your home, now could be a good time to act. Which? provides top tips for selling your home in 2021.

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Cladding scandal latest: homeowners forced to spend millions on 24-hour fire patrols

Cladding scandal latest: homeowners forced to spend millions on 24-hour fire patrols

Thousands of flat owners are being forced to pay hundreds of pounds per month for round-the-clock fire wardens because their buildings are deemed unsafe.

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New Help to Buy scheme opens for first-time buyers: how will it work?

New Help to Buy scheme opens for first-time buyers: how will it work?

Which? explains how the new version of Help to Buy in England will work, including the new regional price caps and limits on who can use the scheme.

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Revealed: the happiest places to live in Great Britain

Revealed: the happiest places to live in Great Britain

Which? reveals the towns that topped the charts in Rightmove's Happy at Home Index, including average house prices and tips on finding the best place to live.

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Mortgage fees hit eight-year high: how to spot a good fixed-rate deal

Mortgage fees hit eight-year high: how to spot a good fixed-rate deal

Which? explains how to get a good mortgage deal, in light of fees on fixed-rate mortgages hitting the highest levels since since November 2012.

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