Mortgages & property
Which? explains how major banks have signed up to offer better deals to 10,000 mortgage prisoners who are trapped on their lender's reversion rate.
Online mortgage brokers are gaining in popularity. Find out why people are using them, how they work and their pros and cons vs traditional brokers.
Almost one in five properties are being down-valued by mortgage lenders. Find out what your options are and how to avoid it happening to you.
Which? assesses the Bank of England decision to increase interest rates and explains the impact this could have on your savings and mortgage repayments.
Which? assesses new data that shows how much buyers of new-build homes can save on their energy bills compared to those purchasing existing properties.
Which? assesses the true cost of buying a home using the London Help to Buy scheme, including how much deposit you'll need and mortgage affordability.
Increasing numbers of mortgages are available with no arrangement fees - but why? We explain the trend and what it means for the cost of your mortgage.
A recent report has revealed that selling a property in some parts of the UK can take an average of 7.5 months - find out how your area compares.
First-time buyers can expect to pay 13 times their annual salary to afford a home. Find out what this means and how it affects your mortgage chances.
Over a fifth of people opt for equity release use it to pay off their mortgage. Which? explains the risks of this approach, as well as alternatives.