Which? explains how much first-time buyers could save on monthly mortgage repayments by borrowing at a lower loan-to-value ratio.
The Help to Buy Isa, which gives first-time buyers free cash towards their first home, will end in November 2019. Should you open one before it's too late?
Which? assesses new data that shows how difficult it is for young homebuyers to get on to the property ladder, and offers advice on buying your first home.
A major bank is slashing the rates of its Help to Buy Isa - many others have done the same. Is this first-time buyer account still offering a competitive deal?
The average deposit put down by a first-time buyer ranges from £13,700 to a whopping £175,000 depending on where they live. What's happening in your area?
Which? looks at how first-time buyers can get on to the ladder with a small deposit, factoring in extra expenses such as stamp duty and exchange deposits.