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What will Brexit mean for house prices?

Brexit could have a big impact on house prices and mortgages. Here, a range of experts predict what will happen to the market over coming months.

First-time buyers: will a bigger deposit cut your mortgage repayments?

Which? explains how much first-time buyers could save on monthly mortgage repayments by borrowing at a lower loan-to-value ratio.

Moving home costs one third of annual salary

Which? explains why the cost of buying a home has increased for certain buyers and advises on what you'll need to budget for when it comes to moving.

Revealed: 16 homes to avoid if you want to get a mortgage

From ex-local authority council housing to eco-homes, Which? Money reveals 16 types of properties to avoid if you want to get a mortgage.

Busted: the eight first-time buyer mortgage myths you shouldn’t believe

From deposits to deal periods, Which? goes on a mortgage myth-busting mission to reveal the facts behind the first-time buyer fiction.

Half of all house sales fall through: how to sell your house in 2019

Half of all property sales fell through in the last three months of 2018. We give advice on how to keep your house sale on track.

Four in 10 young homeowners had a mortgage application rejected

Find out the most common reasons for failed mortgage applications and how to boost your chances of being accepted.

Revealed: best mortgage rates in the 2019 January sales

We explain which lenders are cutting the costs of their mortgage deals this month and offer advice on the key trends to watch out for in January.

Which lender gives you the biggest mortgage?

The amount you can borrow through a mortgage could vary by as much as £22,500 depending on the lender you apply with, according to Which? research.

More first-time buyers take out mortgages lasting into retirement

New FCA data revealed that 40% of first-time buyers will be paying off their mortgage into retirement. Find out if long-term mortgages are worth it.

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