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.
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.
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.
Which? assesses new figures that show property prices in almost all parts of London and Wales are now above those achieved before the 2008 crash.
Which? looks at plans to extend Help to Buy to aid 135,000 more home buyers and assesses whether the scheme remains a viable way to buy a home.
Which? looks at your options if your mortgage agreement expires when you're buying a new-build home due to a delay in its completion date.
Which? looks at whether first-time buyers with a deposit of 5% should consider getting a discounted variable rate mortgage rather than a fixed-rate one.
As the government's consultation on leasehold new-build homes ends, Which? looks at what could be next for those affected by ground rent doubling clauses.
Which? looks at how first-time buyers can get on to the ladder with a small deposit, factoring in extra expenses such as stamp duty and exchange deposits.
Which? looks at affordability regulations, and how mortgage lenders assess household income when deciding how much they'll let you borrow to buy a home.