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Parents remortgaging and using guarantor mortgages to help children buy homes

Parents remortgaging and using guarantor mortgages to help children buy homes

The 'Bank of Mum and Dad' now contributes to one in four property transactions - and you can help your child buy even if you don't have cash for a deposit.

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Holiday lets: where can you get the best buy-to-let yields?

Holiday lets: where can you get the best buy-to-let yields?

Which? assesses new data that shows the UK towns with the best holiday let yields, before explaining how mortgages work on buy-to-let holiday homes.

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Good news for first-time buyers: 95% mortgage rates drop

Good news for first-time buyers: 95% mortgage rates drop

First-time buyers are being offered cheaper 95% LTV mortgages than a year ago. Which? rounds up the best mortgage deals and explains your options.

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London house raffle deadline extended: is entering worth it?

London house raffle deadline extended: is entering worth it?

A new raffle competition to win a house in London has failed to sell enough tickets to announce a winner – we explain whether house raffles are still worth trying.

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Have you overpaid on your stamp duty bill?

Have you overpaid on your stamp duty bill?

Which? explores the main reasons why home buyers have wrongly paid the 3% stamp duty surcharge brought in for buy-to-let investment properties.

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Over 400 landlords fined for Right to Rent breaches

Over 400 landlords fined for Right to Rent breaches

Over 400 landlords have been hit with fines for breaching Right to Rent rules. Find out how you can meet your obligations and avoid a penalty.

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Who benefits most from Help to Buy?

Who benefits most from Help to Buy?

Which? analyses data that shows the government's Help to Buy scheme has been used by thousands of homebuyers who earn over £100,000 a year.

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Accidental landlords: can you let out your own home?

Accidental landlords: can you let out your own home?

If you find yourself needing to rent out your own home, you may risk violating your residential mortgage terms. Which? explains your options.

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13 unexpected things that can hold up your mortgage application

13 unexpected things that can hold up your mortgage application

Time is of the essence in mortgage applications, but small details may stop your application being approved. Which? explains the most common pitfalls.

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House prices: average flat value jumps £75,000 in five years

House prices: average flat value jumps £75,000 in five years

The average flat price has increased by £75,000 since 2013. Which? takes a look at what this means for first-time buyers hoping to get a property.

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