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How to double your Lifetime Isa bonus with Help to Buy

Which? explains how savers with a Help to Buy Isa could increase the bonus they get from the government by transferring their savings before April.

Autumn Budget: 8 personal finance reforms hidden in the small print

Which? explains eight of the less eye-catching reforms from this week's Autumn Budget statement that affect the world of personal finance.

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Autumn Budget 2017: stamp duty and building reforms shake up housing sector

Which? assesses the key property-related announcements in today's autumn statement, including the intention to abolish stamp duty for some first-time buyers

Can you afford these famous haunted houses?

Crystal chandeliers, vintage fittings and desirable addresses – these homes seem to have it all, and at a discount price. But would you snap up a bargain if it meant...

Two weeks until landlords face buy-to-let clampdown

Which? analyses how tougher buy-to-let lending rules coming into force at the end of September will affect property investors with four or more homes

Self-builders due £30,000 on average in VAT rebate

New research shows self-builders are failing to claim VAT windfalls - but what are the financial pros and cons of building your own home?

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...

Athletes given the mortgage red card by TSB

Which? looks at how you can get a mortgage to buy a home if you're a professional sportsperson or a self-employed buyer with an inconsistent income.

Rip-off ground rents: could new-build leasehold houses be banned?

Which? looks at government plans to launch a consultation to ban leasehold new-build houses and stop unfair ground rent 'doubling' practices

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