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House price growth hits six year low: should you delay selling?

House price growth has fallen to its lowest rate in six years, we take a look at what this means and whether you should hold off on selling your home.

Could 2019 be the year of the 100% mortgage?

Which? looks ahead to 2019, and the possibility that 100% mortgages may return for first-time buyers.

Could your profession land you a bigger mortgage to buy a home?

Homebuyers could borrow up to six times their income from some lenders if they work in certain professions. Find out who is eligible.

Revealed: the happiest places to live in Great Britain

New data reveals the happiest places to live in Great Britain. Find out where they are and how to secure your dream home.

All I want for Christmas is… a cheaper mortgage

Which? explains how homebuyers, remortgagers and even buy-to-let landlords could find a cheaper mortgage deal under their tree on Christmas day.

Help to Buy equity loans enable existing homeowners to buy detached properties

One in five property purchases made using a Help to Buy equity loan are by people who aren't first-time buyers - and they typically borrow £60,000 more.

Can you get a mortgage of six times your annual income?

We assess a new mortgage deal that offers homebuyers six times their annual income, and explain how to work out whether you should actually borrow that much.

Buying a house: why you might need an extra £10,000 in savings

Which? assesses a new report that claims moving home costs £10,000, a figure that has increased rapidly over the last 10 years.

Exclusive: first-time buyers offered cheaper mortgage rates despite two base rate hikes

Which? explains why first-time buyers are the biggest beneficiaries of two increases in the Bank of England base rate in the last year.

How to get the best mortgage deal as cash buyers flee the market

Which? assesses new data that shows the number of cash buyers has dropped significantly, and offers advice on finding the right mortgage in a competitive market.

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