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Is it cheaper to own or rent a home?

Is it cheaper to own or rent a home?

Which? analyses new research that shows the gap in cost between buying a home and renting one, including advice on house prices, deposits and mortgages.

Can you afford to move to a bigger home?

Can you afford to move to a bigger home?

Which? explains why the cost of buying a detached house rose by 10% in 2020, including advice on the cost of upsizing in your area.

Moving home costs one third of annual salary

Moving home costs one third of annual salary

Which? explains why the cost of buying a home has increased for certain buyers and advises on what you'll need to budget for when it comes to moving.

Revealed: the cheapest areas to buy in London

Revealed: the cheapest areas to buy in London

We take a look at the cheapest areas to buy a property in London, government first-time buyer schemes and whether it's worth exploring London commuter towns.

First-time buyers: is now the right time to get a mortgage?

First-time buyers: is now the right time to get a mortgage?

Which? explores a new report claiming first-time buyers could face rising mortgage costs over the next five years, and reveals regional house price predictions.

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

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.

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