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Mortgages & property

London Help to Buy scheme launches

The new London Help to Buy scheme launches today, offering extra assistance to first-time buyers and home-movers in the capital.

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Housing association tenants can now apply for Right to Buy

Housing association tenants can today apply to purchase their homes using the government's Right to Buy scheme, which offers discounts of up to 70%.

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Help to Buy Isa: 140,000 have already applied

Around 140,000 people have opened a Help to Buy Isa since it launched in December. Find out which banks are offering the best interest rates on Help to Buy Isas

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Moving house more stressful than having a child

People find moving house more stressful than having children, according to a new Which? survey. 

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First Direct mortgages most viewed in 2015

Which? reveals the most considered mortgage lenders among Which? Money Compare users in 2015.

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Average first-time buyer deposit reaches £36,000

More than half of first-time home buyers get financial help from their parents or family members towards their mortgage deposit, Which? research has found.

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The truth about fixed-rate mortgages

Which? Survey finds one in three mortgage borrowers doesn't know their rate

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Best mortgage lenders revealed in Which? survey

Best mortgage lenders revealed in Which? survey of mortgage customer satisfaction. Mortgage reviews based on rates, customer service, speed and more.

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Best Help to Buy Isa deals so far

Help to Buy Isas launch today, offering first-time buyers a bonus of up to £3,000 towards their deposit. We reveal the best Help to Buy Isa deals so far.

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Autumn Statement 2015: property

We look at the key property announcements from today's Autumn Statement, including details of the 'biggest house-building programme since the 1970s'

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