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Sainsbury’s Bank stops offering mortgages: why are smaller lenders struggling to compete?

We explore why Sainsbury's Bank has pulled out of offering mortgages, and offers tips on what to do if your bank ceases mortgage lending.

Should you use your savings to overpay your mortgage?

Which? explains the pros and cons of overpaying your mortgage rather than investing your money in a savings account at a time of low interest rates.

What will Brexit mean for house prices?

Brexit could have a big impact on house prices and mortgages. With the threat of a general election looming, what will happen depending on deal vs no deal?

Best mortgage lenders of 2019 revealed by Which?

Which? has combined thousands of mortgage reviews with expert analysis of lenders' deals to reveal the best mortgage lenders of 2019.

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.

Are you spending too much on your mortgage repayments?

Which? analyses a new report that shows how much people around the UK are spending on mortgage repayments, and offers advice on finding the best place to live.

Banks vs building societies: where can you get the best mortgage rate?

Which? analyses whether first-time buyers and home movers could get a cheaper mortgage by choosing a building society rather than a high street bank.

Tesco Bank pulls mortgage range and announces sell-off: what does it mean for customers?

Which? explains what Tesco Bank's decision to pull out of the mortgage market means for its 23,000 existing customers.

Nine self-employed mortgage myths busted

Almost three-quarters of self-employed home-buyers fear it will be harder to get a mortgage because of their employment status - but is this really the case?

New mortgage lends homebuyers 5.5 times their salary

A new mortgage deal allows applicants to borrow up to 5.5 times their annual income. But do you risk taking on more debt than you can afford?

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