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Mortgages & property

Availability of cheap buy-to-let mortgages soars

The number of five-year buy-to-let mortgages with rates below 5% is at its highest ever level.

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Yorkshire Building Society mortgage has lowest rate ever

Which? compares the 1.07% Yorkshire Building Society mortgage with other offers currently on the market.

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HSBC launches 1.99% five year fixed-rate mortgage

Mortgage lenders have continued to slash interest rates on fixed-rate mortgage deals. Last week HSBC launched the lowest ever five year fixed-rate mortgage.

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Budget 2015: Mortgage comparison to get easier

Proposals announced today will make it easier for mortgage borrowers to compare the cost of different deals.

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Starter Homes scheme: how does it compare?

First time buyers aged under 40 will be able to purchase newbuild homes included in the 'Starter Home' scheme at a 20% discount to the market price.

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Make the most of historic low mortgage rates

For both existing mortgage holders and people looking to buy their first home the current mortgage market is offering some record low rates.

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Selling a house: Which? reveals five quick wins

Selling a house: Which? research reveals estate agents' expert insights on how to sell a house quickly by making it more attractive to buyers.

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Cheapest-ever 10-year fixed-rate mortgage launched

10-year fixed-rate mortgage rates are the cheapest they've ever been. Which? looks at the best mortgage rates available and the pros and cons of the deals.

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Home owners keen on fixed rate mortgage deals

Fixed rate mortgage deals are the most searched for on the Which? Money Compare tables for mortgages between September and the end of November 2014.

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Autumn statement 2014: mortgages

Autumn Statement: George Osborne said that the Treasury will support Which? and the CML's work to make mortgage fees more transparent and fair for consumers.

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