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How to tackle your interest-only mortgage in 2020

Over 40,000 interest-only mortgages will end in 2020, but thousands don’t know how they’ll pay. Which? reveals the most popular options in this situation.

‘There’s no way out’: pilot shares his mortgage prisoner nightmare

Which? hears from an interest-only mortgage prisoner who will be faced with a £135,000 bill in 10 years - and he has no way to pay it.

Metro Bank sells £521m of mortgages to ‘zombie’ bank

Which? analyses Metro Bank selling a £521m mortgage book to a US hedge fund, including details of whether existing Metro borrowers will be affected.

New remortgaging deals launched to free ‘mortgage prisoners’

The Ipswich Building Society has launched six new remortgaging products specifically aimed at freeing ‘mortgage prisoners’ from their current deals.

MPs launch inquiry to help free ‘mortgage prisoners’

A cross-party group of MPs has launched an inquiry to find fairness for mortgage prisoners, potentially helping thousands of homeowners.

Interest-only mortgage crisis: how can older borrowers repay their loan?

Thousands of interest-only mortgage customers will struggle to pay their off their loans at the end of their terms. Which? explains the alternatives.

Interest-only ‘mortgage prisoners’ could be freed under new proposals

The FCA has announced proposals to help homeowners trapped on old, expensive mortgage deals. Will these changes help you get a better deal?

Lenders pledge to offer help to 10,000 mortgage prisoners

Which? explains how major banks have signed up to offer better deals to 10,000 mortgage prisoners who are trapped on their lender's reversion rate.

Mortgage prisoners: 30,000 homeowners may be stuck in expensive deals

Which? assesses the findings of the FCA's interim mortgage review, which claims thousands of people are stuck on expensive mortgage deals.

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