A recent report has revealed that selling a property in some parts of the UK can take an average of 7.5 months - find out how your area compares.
New and updated online guides for landlords, leaseholders and renters have been published by the government today to try and raise awareness of rights in the housing sector.
Which? assesses new research that claims to uncover the best and worst cities to raise a family, and offers advice on finding the right area to move to.
A new raffle competition to win a house in London has failed to sell enough tickets to announce a winner – we explain whether house raffles are still worth trying.
A new scheme is aiming to get renters onto the property ladder by rewarding spending with points that can be cashed in for a deposit - but is it any good?
Which assesses the trend of raffling properties, including details of those that have been shut down by the Gambling Commission for not adhering to rules.
Which? assesses new research from Hamptons International that shows the 20 most popular areas for people buying their first home in London.
A new version of stamp duty - Land Transaction Tax (LTT) - now applies in Wales. Find out how much you'll pay under the new system with our LTT calculator.
Which assesses a new seven-year fixed-rate mortgage from Skipton and offers advice on whether fixing in the long-term is a good idea for homebuyers.
Which? assesses new research which shows pensioners are releasing £3bn of equity in their properties each year, as the equity release market expands.