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What will Brexit mean for house prices?

Brexit could have a big impact on house prices and mortgages. Here, a range of experts predict what will happen to the market over coming months.

Revealed: areas where house prices are rising despite Brexit uncertainty

Brexit anxiety continues to hit the housing market. But new figures from the UK House Price Index show some regions are feeling the effect more than others.

Which? disagrees that fears around chlorinated chicken are ‘unfounded’

Which? is concerned that a trade deal with the US could mean chlorinated chicken will be sold in the UK after Brexit. We think this practice means lower hygiene standards that put consumers at risk. Find out what Brexit means for food safety.

What will Brexit mean for interest rates?

As Brexit looms ahead, the Bank of England base rate has been held at 0.75%. So how could Brexit affect your mortgage and savings interest rates?

What will Brexit mean for buy-to-let landlords?

Which? explains how the UK's exit from the EU could affect buy-to-let landlords, including right to rent, house prices, mortgage costs and yields.

Selling your house: should you pay attention to house price indices?

Which? explores the five biggest house price indices, offering expert advice on whether sellers should be concerned by headlines about house prices.

8 tips to Brexit-proof your holiday money in 2019

Millions of UK holidaymakers are daydreaming about their break in the sun, but this year, many are understandably anxious about how a no-deal Brexit could affect the cost of their...

Revealed: Brexit impact on house prices in every London borough

London house prices have plunged at the fastest rate for almost a decade amid uncertainty over Brexit. Which? explains which areas have been hardest hit.

Eurostar warns Paris passengers not to travel until 3 April

Eurostar has told passengers using its trains to Paris not to travel until at least 3 April due to ongoing industrial action by French customs at Gare du Nord station in Paris. There...

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First-time buyer mortgage market booming despite Brexit uncertainty

The number of first-time home buyers taking out mortgages increased in January despite Brexit uncertainty, taking advantage of cooling house prices across the UK.

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