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Should you be tempted by a £1,000 mortgage incentive?

Should you be tempted by a £1,000 mortgage incentive?

Which? assesses the pros and cons of a new cashback mortgage from Tesco Bank and explains how you can compare products to get the best deal.

How much money do you need to buy a home with London Help to Buy?

How much money do you need to buy a home with London Help to Buy?

Which? assesses the true cost of buying a home using the London Help to Buy scheme, including how much deposit you'll need and mortgage affordability.

Should you get a mortgage from the supermarket?

Should you get a mortgage from the supermarket?

Which? assesses mortgage deals from high street brands Sainsbury's, Tesco and Marks and Spencer to see how they compare against the big banks.

Should you get a two-year or five-year fixed-rate mortgage?

Should you get a two-year or five-year fixed-rate mortgage?

Which? assesses new research that claims five-year fixed-rate mortgages are offering good value as popular two-year deals get more expensive.

Top mortgage deals for buyers with big deposits

Top mortgage deals for buyers with big deposits

In light of data showing how many people buy homes with big deposits around the UK, Which? outlines some of the most attractive mortgage deals available.

Should you fix your mortgage rate for 10 years?

Should you fix your mortgage rate for 10 years?

In light of lenders offering new and reduced price 10-year mortgages, Which? explains the pros and cons of choosing a long-term fix in the current market.

To have or to leasehold? Inside the scandal rocking the new homes industry

To have or to leasehold? Inside the scandal rocking the new homes industry

Which? investigates the leasehold new-build homes scandal, where escalating ground rent clauses and punitive fees leave owners as 'tenants in their own homes'

Where are the UK’s most family-friendly cities?

Where are the UK’s most family-friendly cities?

Which? assesses new research that claims to uncover the best and worst cities to raise a family, and offers advice on finding the right area to move to.

London house raffle deadline extended: is entering worth it?

London house raffle deadline extended: is entering worth it?

A new raffle competition to win a house in London has failed to sell enough tickets to announce a winner – we explain whether house raffles are still worth trying.

Have you overpaid on your stamp duty bill?

Have you overpaid on your stamp duty bill?

Which? explores the main reasons why home buyers have wrongly paid the 3% stamp duty surcharge brought in for buy-to-let investment properties.

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