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How have house prices changed in your area since the Brexit referendum?

Which? analyses what happened to house prices in 391 areas around the UK in the 40 months following the EU referendum, and provides tips on selling your home.

First-time buyers could get a £100,000 discount on a new home: what’s the catch?

Which? assesses the government's new First Homes scheme, which proposes a discount of 30% for first-time buyers buying homes in their local area.

Buying a house in 2020: are property prices really seeing a ‘Brexit bounce’?

Which? explains whether homebuyers should be concerned about house prices increasing as the property market springs into life.

Six things you should check before buying a leasehold property

Which? explains the major pitfalls facing people considering buying a leasehold home, including costly extensions, high service charges and permission fees.

Five reasons house sales fall through and how to avoid them

Which? explains the main reasons house purchases collapse and offers advice on what buyers and sellers can do to help their chances of a successful transaction.

Buying a house? Most affordable areas to live revealed

Find out the most and least affordable towns and cities to live in, and get expert Which? advice on comparing areas if you're considering buying a house.

What will happen to house prices in 2020?

Which? explains the key factors that could influence what happens to house prices in 2020, from Brexit and the Budget to the base rate and mortgage market.

New first-time buyer scheme in Scotland offers interest-free loans of £25,000

Which? explains how the new Scottish First Home Fund offers interest-free loans to first-time buyers, including eligibility rules and which banks are involved

Million-pound house sales on the rise: where are people buying prime property?

Which? explains how 7,000 million-pound properties were sold in the first half of 2019, with the Midlands seeing big rises amid a lacklustre London market.

New shared ownership plans could help you buy a flat for £2,000: what’s the catch?

Which? assesses new government plans to overhaul the shared ownership system and allow first-time buyers to purchase a home with deposits of just £2,000.

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