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First-time buyers: will a bigger deposit cut your mortgage repayments?

Which? explains how much first-time buyers could save on monthly mortgage repayments by borrowing at a lower loan-to-value ratio.

Cashback vs best mortgage rate: which results in the cheapest deal?

Which? assesses whether mortgages that come with cashback are all that they seem, or whether borrowers are better off choosing deals based on their rate.

Is there life in the lifetime Isa?

An investigation into whether the lifetime Isa will ever deliver on its promises to first-time buyers and those saving for retirement

First-time buyers: 95% mortgage rates are crashing

Which? explains how rates on 95% mortgages have dropped significantly over the last six months and offers advice on the pros and cons of low-deposit mortgages.

Busted: the eight first-time buyer mortgage myths you shouldn’t believe

From deposits to deal periods, Which? goes on a mortgage myth-busting mission to reveal the facts behind the first-time buyer fiction.

Four in 10 young homeowners had a mortgage application rejected

Find out the most common reasons for failed mortgage applications and how to boost your chances of being accepted.

First-time buyers: should you invest in a buy-to-let property in 2019?

We explain the pros and cons of property investment for first-time buyers and offer advice on how to get a buy-to-let mortgage.

Help to Buy vs 95% mortgage: which is best for first-time buyers?

The Government’s Help to Buy equity loan scheme is helping thousands of first-time buyers with a 5% deposit purchase a home, but could you be better off with a traditional 95% mortgage in the long run?

10 steps to buying your first home in 2019

Want to buy your first home in 2019? Which? explains the entire process of buying a property, from saving for a deposit to making an offer and moving in.

Could 2019 be the year of the 100% mortgage?

Which? looks ahead to 2019, and the possibility that 100% mortgages may return for first-time buyers.

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