Six months after the Brexit vote Which? research has found that mortgages are available at historically cheap rates and the housing market remains buoyant.
Consumers are increasingly worried about the impact of Brexit, including the effect on food prices, holidays and the value of the pound, Which? research finds.
Which? has found that the number of mortgages has increased by 13% since the Brexit vote. Plus find out what's happened to house prices since the referendum.
A total of 354 savings rates were cut in August, according to data from Moneyfacts. Which? rounds up some of the best remaining savings deals.
The Bank of England has slashed interest rates today, from the historic low of 0.5% to 0.25%, following Britain’s vote to leave the EU.
Prices rise on the cost of a basket of popular groceries for the second consecutive month following Brexit. Use Which? tips to save on your shopping.
After Brexit, 10% of homeowners are more likely to do home improvements instead of move. See Which? advice on home improvements, from kitchens to conservatories
Which? research has found you could be €91 better off if you use the best travel money provider for your foreign currency, following the Brexit vote.
Find out if Brexit will lead to a return of high-powered vacuum cleaners and find out whether the best vacuum cleaners really do use more energy than the worst.
The value of the pound is the biggest post-Brexit concern among Which? members, according to a new survey.