For the first-time, borrowers can fix their mortgage rate for five years at below 1% - so what's the catch, and should you lock in a rate for that long?
Habito is launching a new range of mortgages that allow home buyers and remortgagers to fix their rate for up to 40 years. But are the deals any good?
Which? explains the pros and cons of choosing a two or five-year fixed-rate mortgage, including advice on the best rates and tips on how to compare deals.
Which? assesses whether homebuyers and remortgagers should be tempted to fix their rate for a decade, as 10-year fixed-rate deals hit an all-time low cost.
Which? offers advice on how long to fix your mortgage deal for, including details of the best rates and key trends in the mortgage market so far this year.
Which? analyses whether first-time buyers and home movers could get a cheaper mortgage by choosing a building society rather than a high street bank.
'Hybrid' mortgages - which combine fixed-rate terms with a discount period - make up just 4% of all deals. So should you consider one of the little-known loans?
A flurry of rare three-year fixed-rate mortgages have hit the market. But is this term worth going for over more common two-year or five-year deals?
Which? assesses the lowest rates on fixed and tracker mortgages for homeowners looking to switch deal in April.
Which? explains whether you should stay with your current lender when you come to remortgage, including details of which banks reward their customers.