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How to cut the cost of your mortgage in 2018

How to cut the cost of your mortgage in 2018

Which? explains how to get to grips with your mortgage in 2018, including what to do if your fixed term is set to end and how to shorten your mortgage term.

Is buying by Bitcoin the latest property craze?

Is buying by Bitcoin the latest property craze?

In light of the first two Bitcoin property sales, Which? assesses how cryptocurrency is being used in the property market and what the risks are.

Stamp duty around the UK: who gets the best deal?

Stamp duty around the UK: who gets the best deal?

With a swathe of recent stamp duty reforms around the UK, we look at how the tax varies between countries and assess where homebuyers could save the most.

New-build leasehold houses and rip-off ground rents to be banned

New-build leasehold houses and rip-off ground rents to be banned

Which? explains the government's decision to overhaul the leasehold system for new-build buyers in England and explore redress for existing homeowners.

Are 95% mortgage deals getting more attractive?

Are 95% mortgage deals getting more attractive?

Which? looks at new fixed-rate products in the mortgage market that offer first-time buyers with small deposits a route on to the property ladder.

Could you gift your child a house deposit?

Could you gift your child a house deposit?

Which? analyses research which suggests more than a third of people can't or won't offer financial help to aid their child in buying a home.

Should you sell your home at auction?

Should you sell your home at auction?

Which? looks at whether homeowners struggling to sell should consider going to auction, as a luxury agent unveils plans to bring in auction services.

Base rate hike: are fixed rate mortgages the best deal?

Base rate hike: are fixed rate mortgages the best deal?

Which? looks at the impact of the Bank of England base rate change on the short and long term fixed-rate deals being offered by mortgage lenders.

Fixed-rate mortgages get more expensive as base rate hike looms

Fixed-rate mortgages get more expensive as base rate hike looms

Which? assesses how you can still get a good fixed rate deal as costs increase ahead of a possible increase in the Bank of England base rate.

Government moves to speed up home buying

Government moves to speed up home buying

Which? reacts to the government launching a call for evidence into how obstacles that slow down the home buying and selling process could be reformed.

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