First-time buyers can expect to pay 13 times their annual salary to afford a home. Find out what this means and how it affects your mortgage chances.
The number of people leaving London for other UK cities now outstrips new arrivals. Which? looks at whether high London house prices are to blame.
A major bank is slashing the rates of its Help to Buy Isa - many others have done the same. Is this first-time buyer account still offering a competitive deal?
The 'Bank of Mum and Dad' now contributes to one in four property transactions - and you can help your child buy even if you don't have cash for a deposit.
The average flat price has increased by £75,000 since 2013. Which? takes a look at what this means for first-time buyers hoping to get a property.
A new scheme is aiming to get renters onto the property ladder by rewarding spending with points that can be cashed in for a deposit - but is it any good?
As the property market slows down, buyers may have an advantage. Which? explains how you can find the best-value property and negotiate on asking price.
Four months after the first-time buyer stamp duty reforms were introduced, Which? explains how it works, who qualifies and how much you can save.
Which? reveals the most and least affordable areas to buy a house and what steps first-time buyers can take to get onto the property ladder.
As Scotland extends its Help to Buy Scheme, others in the UK are closing. Find out how this affects first time buyers and if Help to Buy is right for you.