Do you imagine yourself in a brand new home in a fabulous location, but feel that as a first time buyer this could be out of your reach - with a deposit to find and the mortgage to arrange?
Equally, you may be an existing homeowner looking to move, but feel a brand new property is out of reach.
Well, with some forward thinking and a little financial planning, purchasing a brand new home can be more achievable than you initially think in 2017, say Linden Homes Midlands.
In many cases, the Help to Buy scheme not only gives first time buyers a footing on the housing ladder, but offers many purchasers the chance to get more home for their money – particularly with the requirement of just a five per cent deposit.
Here’s how it works:
Linden Homes Midlands sales director Clare Phillips said: “With a large percentage of customers being first time buyers, we recognise some of the hurdles they may face throughout their house buying journey and do our utmost to make sure the process is as smooth as possible for these and all our purchasers.
“This ranges from helping them to secure the best mortgage deals through the experts we use, to incentives to help to curb the cost of moving – often leading to the customer being able to buy more property for their money.”
And there are other tips and tasks to consider when thinking about a securing a mortgage and getting onto the housing ladder.
Help to Buy is currently available at a number of developments around Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire and Lincolnshire.
Make 2017 the year you buy a brand new home, made even
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16 January 2017