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Would a bigger house really make you happier?

People in smaller houses tend to be less happy, new research provided to Which? suggests. But a larger home won’t necessarily make you happier.

Coastal house prices revealed: where are Britain’s cheapest seaside towns?

Find out the best seaside towns for cheap house prices, plus how holiday let mortgages work.

Selling a property? The priciest estate agents are most likely to overvalue

The biggest estate agents are most likely to overvalue sellers' properties - and charge higher commission. Get advice on how to find the best agent.

One in five compromise on location when buying a house – but how many regret it?

Research by Which? has found that one in five people compromise on location when buying a house or flat. We reveal buyers' most common compromises and regrets.

Selling your house: should you pay attention to house price indices?

Which? explores the five biggest house price indices, offering expert advice on whether sellers should be concerned by headlines about house prices.

Popular London house raffle gets delayed for a second time – is it worth entering?

We look at whether it's worth entering a raffle to win a house, and what tricky terms you should watch out for

Average cost of moving house now more than £12,000: how to cut your costs

Moving house now costs more than £12,000 on average. Find out what the biggest costs of moving are, and how you can keep your bills under control.

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