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London house prices push out buyers: how to buy a home in the capital

Which assesses a report that shows a record proportion of Londoners are leaving to buy homes elsewhere, and offers advice on how to buy in the capital.

House-selling season begins: how to get the best price this autumn

With the property market set to awake from its summer slumber, we offer advice on selling your house in the busy autumn months. You might have heard stories that we’re...

Government moves to speed up home buying

Which? reacts to the government launching a call for evidence into how obstacles that slow down the home buying and selling process could be reformed.

A £2 raffle to win a manor house? 5 novel ways to sell property

Which? looks at the more left-field methods people are using to sell their homes in a slow market, including bitcoin only sales and through raffles.

Mapped: how house prices have bounced back post-crash

Which? assesses new figures that show property prices in almost all parts of London and Wales are now above those achieved before the 2008 crash.

First-time buyers bag £50,000 in 5 years: how to use your profits

Research from Savills shows buyers who bought their first home in 2012 have an average of £50,000 equity - but is it enough to step up the ladder?

The 30 sqm squeeze: would you buy a ‘micro-home’?

An Englishman’s home may be his castle, but for an ever growing number of buyers, that may mean a property less than 37 square meters – or the size of...

From Carlisle to Cornwall: how much deposit first-time buyers are paying

Buyers in some UK areas are putting down over £100,000 as a deposit on their first home, even as others pay less than £15,000 upfront. New data from Halifax has revealed the...

Are you a property boom winner…or did you lose out?

The rapid rise in house prices in the 1990s and early 2000s resulted in a £2.3 trillion windfall for homeowners – but how much you profited from the boom depends on when you...

Can you afford to buy a home in the UK’s ‘best’ towns and cities?

Winchester, the Hampshire city famed for its thousand year-old cathedral, is the best place to live in the UK for quality of life, according to a recent survey by the Halifax. But what...

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