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First-time buyers: 30 and 35-year mortgage terms could save you up to £170 a month

First-time buyers: 30 and 35-year mortgage terms could save you up to £170 a month

Which? explains the pros and cons of borrowing for 30 years or more, as new FCA data shows two thirds of first-time buyers take out longer mortgage terms.

Seven ways banks are making it easier for first-time buyers to get a mortgage

Seven ways banks are making it easier for first-time buyers to get a mortgage

Which? explains how banks are making it easier for first-time buyers to get a mortgage, including longer deals, cash incentives and criteria changes.

‘Bonus-friendly’ mortgages: which banks will let you borrow the most?

‘Bonus-friendly’ mortgages: which banks will let you borrow the most?

Which? assesses a report into how annual bonuses can affect how much you can borrow when taking out a mortgage, including which lenders allow bonus payments.

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

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

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.

Mortgage predictions for first-time buyers, remortgagers and buy-to-let landlords in 2020

Mortgage predictions for first-time buyers, remortgagers and buy-to-let landlords in 2020

Which? offers its predictions for what might happen in the mortgage market for first-time buyers, remortgagers, homemovers and buy-to-let landlords in 2020.

Remortgaging at Christmas: how to avoid paying an extra £100 in interest

Remortgaging at Christmas: how to avoid paying an extra £100 in interest

Which? explains how to avoid paying extra charges on your mortgage over Christmas, and provides advice on finding the best deal when remortgaging.

Online broker launches free bad credit mortgage advice

Online broker launches free bad credit mortgage advice

Which? explains how borrowers can get free advice on bad credit mortgages, and explains how to get a loan with an adverse credit history.

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

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

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.

New mortgage service turns first-time buyers into cash buyers: should you be tempted?

New mortgage service turns first-time buyers into cash buyers: should you be tempted?

Which? assesses a new mortgage deal which offers a short term loan to give first-time buyers 'cash buyer' status while their mortgage application is processed.

Remortgaging before Brexit: how to get the cheapest deal as the rate war hots up

Remortgaging before Brexit: how to get the cheapest deal as the rate war hots up

Which? analyses how mortgage rates have dropped since the 2016 EU referendum and offers advice on getting the best deal before Brexit.

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