Which? assesses a new report that claims first-time buyers using Help to Buy are paying 12% more than those buying on the open market.
The average first-time buyers has to save for over 10 years to buy a home. Find out how you can buy sooner with our expert mortgage advice.
95% mortgage rates are getting cheaper, Which? takes a look at whether first-time buyers should apply for one now or save up a bigger deposit.
One in four first-time buyers get parents' help with a mortgage deposit. What other options are there for parents who want to help their child buy a property?
Find out the average mortgage deposit in your local authority, and other things to consider when buying a house for the first time
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.
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?
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.
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.
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?