Which? analyses research by Halifax which shows buyers are leaving cities for bigger homes in local suburbs, resulting in huge price growth in popular towns.
New data shows record numbers of people are leaving London to buy a home. We analyse why people are leaving the capital and reveal the areas they are moving to.
With more borrowers taking out mortgages with terms of at least 35-years, we analyse the pros and cons of longer deals in terms of repayments and interest.
With some borrowers benefiting from record low mortgage rates, we analyse whether borrowing could become even cheaper, with help from two mortgage experts.
We analyse the most and least affordable cities to buy a house, including advice on where prices are rising the most and how to choose the best place to live.
Self-employed workers are finding it harder than before to get a mortgage, with banks tightening their criteria. Find out our top tips on getting accepted.
Find out how buyers in England and Northern Ireland can still make savings on their tax bills despite the stamp duty holiday tapering off.
Mortgages now come with up-front fees averaging more than £1,000, meaning those with the lowest rates might not be the cheapest overall.
Which? analyses a new report which shows renters are £71 a month better off than buyers, including advice on house prices and the costs of buying a home.
‘A 16-week mortgage delay could cost me £10,000’ – stamp duty holiday rush hitting homemovers and remortgagers
Which? explains how people buying a home or remortgaging could face delays on mortgage approvals as banks struggle with demand during the stamp duty holiday.