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Should you remortgage in 2019?

Which? explains the benefits of remortgaging in 2019, including how you could save thousands on your annual repayments.

House price growth hits six year low: should you delay selling?

House price growth has fallen to its lowest rate in six years, we take a look at what this means and whether you should hold off on selling your home.

All I want for Christmas is… a cheaper mortgage

Which? explains how homebuyers, remortgagers and even buy-to-let landlords could find a cheaper mortgage deal under their tree on Christmas day.

Does new 0.99% deal offer the best mortgage rate on the market?

Leeds Building Society has launched a mortgage charging just 0.99% interest. Find out how it compares to other deals plus the pros and cons of the product.

First-time buyer mortgage lending on the up – can you buy a home with a small deposit?

Which? analyses data from UK Finance that shows the amount lent to first-time buyers in August had reached the highest level in over a year.

Two-year fixed-rate mortgages getting cheaper

The cost of two-year mortgage deals has begun to drop. But how do these deals compare to other mortgages on the market?

Landlords: is now the time to remortgage your buy-to-let properties?

Which? assesses whether the trend of cashback and fee-free buy-to-let remortgage deals means now is a good time for landlords to refinance their portfolio.

Can you remortgage your Help to Buy deal without repaying the loan?

Which? explains how new mortgage deals allow homeowners using Help to Buy to switch loans without paying back the government's equity loan straight away.

Best mortgage lenders of 2018 revealed by Which?

New research by Which? has found the best and worst mortgage providers based on customer reviews and expert deal analysis. Who tops the tables?

Is the cheapest mortgage rate always the best deal?

Increasing numbers of mortgages are available with no arrangement fees - but why? We explain the trend and what it means for the cost of your mortgage.

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