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Should you take on additional borrowing when remortgaging?

Which? assesses new data from UK Finance, which shows homeowners are borrowing an additional £55,000 when remortgaging their properties.

Remortgaging in 2019: could you get a cheaper rate and cut the cost of your monthly repayments?

Which? explains how the cost of mortgages has changed over the last five years, and offers advice on whether you can save money by remortgaging in 2019.

Tesco Bank pulls mortgage range and announces sell-off: what does it mean for customers?

Which? explains what Tesco Bank's decision to pull out of the mortgage market means for its 23,000 existing customers.

What mortgage loan-to-value ratio do people of your age borrow at?

Are you old enough to get a good mortgage deal? Which? reveals how much you might have to pay - and whether it could get you a better interest rate.

Laura Hamilton: ‘There are some fantastic overseas mortgage rates right now’

A Place In The Sun presenter Laura Hamilton discusses buying overseas property, and advises on remortgaging a UK property vs taking out an overseas mortgage.

How much could you save by remortgaging this month? The best rates revealed

Which? reveals the best remortgage deals available to people coming to the end of their mortgage's introductory period and wanting to avoid paying an SVR.

Revealed: the best remortgaging rates for April 2019

Which? assesses the lowest rates on fixed and tracker mortgages for homeowners looking to switch deal in April.

Yorkshire Building Society launches new five-year fixed-rate remortgage deal

Yorkshire Building Society has launched the cheapest five-year fixed rate mortgage for homeowners with 15% equity. But is it worth going for?

Will your bank offer you the best rate when remortgaging?

Which? explains whether you should stay with your current lender when you come to remortgage, including details of which banks reward their customers.

Second-charge mortgages on the rise – but is remortgaging a better option?

Which? assesses the growing popularity of second-charge mortgages and explains the pros and cons of these loans vs remortgaging.

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