Which? assesses the benefits of using a mortgage broker, focusing on the number of mortgage deals and best rates available directly or through brokers.
Which? explains the mortgage options available to borrowers with a bad credit history, including deals for people with CCJs, IVAs and discharged bankruptcies.
If you've had a CCJ, an IVA or even gone bankrupt, you could still get a mortgage. Which? shows just how much choice there is in the bad credit mortgage market.
Which? assesses whether buyers can get a better mortgage deal from a building society or bank, and explains the pros and cons of using smaller lenders.
Which? assesses how the mortgage market has changed in the last year, and offers advice on how first-time buyers and home movers can get a good mortgage deal.
Which? research has found that many homeowners are spending thousands of pounds more on their mortgages than they need to. We explore the reasons.
New research by Which? has found the best and worst mortgage providers based on customer reviews and expert deal analysis. Who tops the tables?
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