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Best mortgage lenders of 2019 revealed by Which?

Which? has combined thousands of mortgage reviews with expert analysis of lenders' deals to reveal the best mortgage lenders of 2019.

Will the latest Help to Buy and shared ownership changes benefit homeowners?

Which? assesses whether changes to Help to Buy and shared ownership schemes will help homeowners looking to remortgage or staircase to full ownership.

New scheme offers mortgage-free homeownership to first-time buyers

Startup firm Unmortgage has launched an alternative to shared ownership, offering first-time buyers the chance to buy without a mortgage - but there's a catch.

Furniture giant Ikea set to build affordable housing in the UK

Which? explains new plans by Ikea to build affordable housing in Worthing, and explains the pros and cons of the growth in modular and off-site construction.

How much money do first-time buyers actually need to buy a £200,000 home?

From valuation and house survey fees to removal costs, first-time buyers could need to save around £5,000 more than their mortgage deposit to buy a house.

First-time buyers: what’s the best 95% mortgage deal?

A new mortgage from Leek United Building Society offers no-up front fees and a cashback incentive - so how does it compare to other 95% mortgages?

15 things you need to know about the Help to Buy scheme

Which? explains the key things first-time buyers need to know before they buy a property using the Help to Buy scheme, from exchange deposits to mortgages.

Will the new Help to Buy scheme really help first-time buyers?

Two years before the launch of the next iteration of Help to Buy, the government faces criticism over the regional price caps it plans to propose.

First-time buyers offered £25,000 government loans under new scheme

Find out if you could be eligible for a Scottish government-backed loan towards a deposit on your first home, and whether it's better than Help to Buy

First-time buyers can take mortgage ‘payment holidays’ with this new deal – should you do it?

Want time off from paying your mortgage? Yorkshire Building Society’s new deal can give you just that. Which? asks if it's as good as it sounds.

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