We explain why borrowers are looking to borrow extra cash when remortgaging and offer advice on alternative methods of borrowing such as personal loans.
For the first-time, borrowers can fix their mortgage rate for five years at below 1% - so what's the catch, and should you lock in a rate for that long?
Which? explains whether now is the time to take out a longer-term fixed-rate mortgage, in light of five year deals hitting the lowest rates on record.
Which? explains why it's important to switch mortgage deal at the end of your fixed-term, including the cost of failing to switch and the current best rates.
Which? analyses whether it's a good idea to refinance your mortgage to fund major home improvements, including advice on the best rates currently available.
Which? analyses new research showing homeowners who fail to remortgage at the end of their fixed-term pay more than £4,000 a year in additional interest.
Which? offers its predictions for what might happen in the mortgage market for first-time buyers, remortgagers, homemovers and buy-to-let landlords in 2021.
Which? explains the mortgage options available to first-time buyers, home movers and remortgagers as rates rise for the third consecutive month.
Which? explains the remortgaging options available to homeowners who are getting furlough pay, including which lenders require affordability tests.
Which? explains the best remortgaging rates available to buy-to-let landlords, amid a 40% drop in the number of deals available.