Leaseholders caught up in the building safety scandal face yet another risk from potentially untrustworthy cash buyers offering a way out.
Leaseholders trying to sell their flats could still struggle, despite new government advice intended to soothe fire safety concerns stalling the market.
Two leasehold firms will offer refunds and discounts to homeowners affected by escalating ground rents after a CMA investigation into the leasehold scandal.
Flat owners are suffering from severe stress, anxiety and depression as the building safety crisis threatens their finances, new Which? research reveals.
Which? sets out the scale of the bills brought on by the building safety crisis, from EWS1 forms to rocketing insurance premiums.
Leaseholders who bought their homes through the shared ownership scheme could still face the full costs of cladding remediation bills.
The government has announced £3.5bn more funding to remove dangerous cladding from high-rises, but many leaseholders could still pay thousands for related costs.
Residents of homes with cladding and other unsafe building materials are facing skyrocketing insurance bills, new Which? research reveals.
Which? explains the government's new proposals to make it easier and cheaper for leaseholders to extend their lease or buy their freehold.
Thousands of flat owners are being forced to pay hundreds of pounds per month for round-the-clock fire wardens because their buildings are deemed unsafe.