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Who benefits most from Help to Buy?

Who benefits most from Help to Buy?

Which? analyses data that shows the government's Help to Buy scheme has been used by thousands of homebuyers who earn over £100,000 a year.

13 unexpected things that can hold up your mortgage application

13 unexpected things that can hold up your mortgage application

Time is of the essence in mortgage applications, but small details may stop your application being approved. Which? explains the most common pitfalls.

New 95% mortgages for first-time buyers launched: how do they compare?

New 95% mortgages for first-time buyers launched: how do they compare?

Which? assesses a new 95% mortgage deal from the digital lender Atom Bank, looking at how it compares to the best first-time buyer deals.

Could you buy a £650,000 home for a fiver?

Could you buy a £650,000 home for a fiver?

Which assesses the trend of raffling properties, including details of those that have been shut down by the Gambling Commission for not adhering to rules.

Revealed: the 10 worst problems when buying a house

Revealed: the 10 worst problems when buying a house

Buying a home is exciting but it can be stressful when things go wrong. Which? reveals the pain points to watch out for and what to do about them.

How to pay off your mortgage early

How to pay off your mortgage early

Find out how to pay off your mortgage early, plus how mortgage affordability varies between the UK regions according to research by Halifax.

Is this the return of the 100% mortgage?

Is this the return of the 100% mortgage?

The Post Office has launched a new '100% mortgage' - so what's the catch, and are there better options if you want to buy a home but don't have a deposit?

Shrinking homes: the average British house 20% smaller than in 1970s

Shrinking homes: the average British house 20% smaller than in 1970s

Homes in the UK are smaller than ever, with a new analysis showing how house sizes have decreased in recent decades. Find out which rooms have shrunk the most.

Revealed: London’s first-time buyer hotspots

Revealed: London’s first-time buyer hotspots

Which? assesses new research from Hamptons International that shows the 20 most popular areas for people buying their first home in London.

Research reveals the cheapest areas to live for mortgage borrowers

Research reveals the cheapest areas to live for mortgage borrowers

Which? assesses new data from Halifax that claims mortgages in the UK are at their most affordable level since before the financial crash in 2007.

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