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Should you fix your mortgage rate for seven or ten years?

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?

Should you fix your mortgage rate for 10 years?

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.

Two-year fixed-rate mortgages getting cheaper

The cost of two-year mortgage deals has begun to drop. But how do these deals compare to other mortgages on the market?

Five-year mortgages are becoming cheaper – but watch out for early-exit fees

Which? assesses data showing five year fixes are getting more popular, before offering advice on how you can avoid costly early repayment charges.

Should first-time buyers choose a 30 or 35-year mortgage?

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.

Should you get a two-year or five-year fixed-rate mortgage?

Which? assesses new research that claims five-year fixed-rate mortgages are offering good value as popular two-year deals get more expensive.

Should you take out a seven-year fixed-rate mortgage?

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.

Should I fix my mortgage for 10 years?

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...

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