Spending less time with friends, putting a wedding on hold or taking on extra shifts at work – just some of the sacrifices made by people saving for a deposit, a new report claims.
The prospect of owning a home remains out of reach for 18-34 year olds, according to research published in What House?, with raising a deposit the main stumbling block for would-be home owners.
While some national reports suggest that the average UK deposit has risen to just over £71,000, Linden Homes North say their FTBs home prices buck the trend, with buyers looking at an average 10 per cent deposit of £24,000 or less.
This figure is based on the company’s first time buyer friendly new homes across Yorkshire.
However, it seems that nationwide, many people are willing to make sacrifices to help fund a step onto the property ladder.
The top 10 sacrifices are reported to be:
However, help is at hand for first time buyers looking to buy a brand new property – thanks to Linden Homes.
With new homes across the region at locations in East Riding and across other parts of Yorkshire, the developer is offering the Help To Buy scheme to curb the cost of moving.
Here’s how it works:
|Linden Homes North can help those looking to raise a
deposit to keep their ‘sacrifices’ to a minimum,
thanks to the Help to Buy scheme.
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11 March 2015
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