Which? assesses a new report that claims first-time buyers using Help to Buy are paying 12% more than those buying on the open market.
The average first-time buyers has to save for over 10 years to buy a home. Find out how you can buy sooner with our expert mortgage advice.
One in four first-time buyers get parents' help with a mortgage deposit. What other options are there for parents who want to help their child buy a property?
Which? assesses the mortgage market for Help to Buy users, and offers advice on how use cheap rates to pay off the equity loan before interest kicks in.
From deposits to deal periods, Which? goes on a mortgage myth-busting mission to reveal the facts behind the first-time buyer fiction.
Which? offers advice to homeowners looking to pay off their Help to Buy equity loan, including the effect of house price growth on their mortgage options.
The Government’s Help to Buy equity loan scheme is helping thousands of first-time buyers with a 5% deposit purchase a home, but could you be better off with a traditional 95% mortgage in the long run?
One in five property purchases made using a Help to Buy equity loan are by people who aren't first-time buyers - and they typically borrow £60,000 more.
Which? explains how Help to Buy homeowners can remortgage to pay off their equity loan, avoiding the costly interest fees that kick in after five years.
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