Fixed-rate mortgages that last seven or 10 years are becoming more common, but is locking-into a deal for up to a decade a good idea?
Which? explains the pros and cons of fixing your mortgage for a decade, as the number of 10-year fixes increases by 50% in the space of a year.
The cost of two-year mortgage deals has begun to drop. But how do these deals compare to other mortgages on the market?
Which? assesses data showing five year fixes are getting more popular, before offering advice on how you can avoid costly early repayment charges.
In light of M&S Bank launching a new 35-year mortgage product, Which? assesses the pros and cons of such a long-term fix for first-time buyers.
Which? assesses new research that claims five-year fixed-rate mortgages are offering good value as popular two-year deals get more expensive.
Which assesses a new seven-year fixed-rate mortgage from Skipton and offers advice on whether fixing in the long-term is a good idea for homebuyers.
HSBC has cut the rate on its 10-year fixed term mortgage, allowing borrowers to lock in a lower rate for a decade of repayments. But is it worth fixing your...