We use cookies to allow us and selected partners to improve your experience and our advertising. By continuing to browse you consent to our use of cookies as per our policy which also explains how to change your preferences.

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.

Average first-time buyer deposit falls by 8% – can you buy a home now?

The average first-time buyer deposit was almost £4,000 lower in the last financial year. Could you already have enough savings to buy your first home?

Which lender gives you the biggest mortgage?

The amount you can borrow through a mortgage could vary by as much as £22,500 depending on the lender you apply with, according to Which? research.

More first-time buyers take out mortgages lasting into retirement

New FCA data revealed that 40% of first-time buyers will be paying off their mortgage into retirement. Find out if long-term mortgages are worth it.

Free cash scheme for first-time buyers ending this year – should you sign up?

The Help to Buy Isa, which gives first-time buyers free cash towards their first home, will end in November 2019. Should you open one before it's too late?

Popular London house raffle gets delayed for a second time – is it worth entering?

We look at whether it's worth entering a raffle to win a house, and what tricky terms you should watch out for

Are these the cheapest-ever small-deposit mortgages?

Tesco Bank has launched a mortgage range for people who only have a 5% deposit. Does the supermarket giant offer the cheapest deals for first-time buyers?

Time running out for first-time buyers to bag a 25% Help to Buy Isa savings bonus

We explain how the Help to Buy Isa works, where to find the best rates and the other options available for first-time buyers saving for a house deposit.

New stocks and shares lifetime Isa launches: should you get one?

Unity Mutual has launched a new investment lifetime Isa, with 1.25% guaranteed return until April 2019. We look at what the account offers

12 things you might have missed from the Autumn Budget 2018

Find out 12 key changes that you might have missed from the Autumn Budget 2018 which could significantly affect your finances from next year.

Posted on
Back to top
Back to top