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How much could you save by remortgaging this month? The best rates revealed

Which? reveals the best remortgage deals available to people coming to the end of their mortgage's introductory period and wanting to avoid paying an SVR.

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: how to find the best mortgage rate with a 5% deposit

Which? explains how buyers with a 5% deposit can benefit from a low-cost discount mortgage, and weighs up the pros and cons of variable-rate deals.

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?

Free mortgage valuation ‘surveys’ on the rise, but should you trust them?

Increasing numbers of mortgage deals are being offered with free valuation surveys - but relying on this basic report could be costly.

Should first-time buyers take out a 40-year mortgage?

Mortgages with maximum terms of 40 years make up around half of the market, but how much extra will such a long-term deal cost you?

Second-charge mortgages on the rise – but is remortgaging a better option?

Which? assesses the growing popularity of second-charge mortgages and explains the pros and cons of these loans vs remortgaging.

Homeowners pay mortgages into 70s: could a retirement interest-only mortgage help?

Which? explores why UK homeowners are carrying mortgage debt into retirement and whether retirement interest-only mortgages ('RIOs') or equity release can help.

Cheap mortgage rates vs fee-free deals: which are best for first-time buyers?

First-time buyers hunting for a mortgage often look for the cheapest interest rate – but could a fee-free deal with a higher rate save money in the long run?

Average homebuyer mortgage is two-thirds of house price – which rooms do you own?

New research shows the average homebuyer takes out a 67% mortgage - so which rooms of the property do they actually own?

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