First Time Buyers
Miller Homes West Midlands is celebrating after helping more than 300 first time buyers onto the property ladder in the last five years, freeing up space in parent’s homes across the region.
First-time buyer activity remained strong in March with the number of first-time buyers increasing by 20% according to data published by the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
Morris Homes is helping first-time buyers jump onto the property ladder with the arrival of its first apartment block and the Government’s Help-to-Buy scheme at its popular Sedgley development.
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland is running a first-time buyer event from 12-4pm on Sunday 12 May at its Fordell Lea development in Dunfermline - offering first-time buyers the opportunity to take advantage of a superb combination of incentives that are designed to get them on the move to a new home.
Leeds Building Society has reduced the rate on its 5 Year Fixed Rate Local Authority Mortgage Scheme (LAMS) mortgage by 0.50%, to 4.99%, which is available up to 95% LTV.
First time buyers applying for a mortgage with Halifax will benefit from up to £2,500 cash back, with the lender covering the cost of Stamp Duty.
For first time buyers considering flying the family nest or leaving rented accommodation to secure a pad their own, Bellway Homes’ stylish Chrysalis development is perfect for house hunting fledglings.
With the average prices for apartments in Bolton reaching over £93,000 at the end of last year, many first time buyers would be forgiven for thinking a brand new apartment on a popular development in the town would be out of their price range.
The number of first-time buyers increased by 3% in February, marking the best start to a year since 2008, according to data by the Council of Mortgage Lenders.
The average age UK house hunters estimate they will be able to buy their own home by is 37 years old, according to research by MoneySupermarket.com.
Santander is demonstrating its continued commitment to helping first time buyers get a foot onto the property ladder by offering reduced rates for shared ownership customers.
Crest Nicholson Regeneration will be hosting a special open weekend aimed directly at those people looking to take their first steps onto the property ladder at its Park Central residential development in Birmingham city centre.
Peter Edmonds, independent mortgage advisor at Central Financial Services, discusses how first time buyers could save a deposit and purchase their first home in much less time than money househunters think:
First time buyers could find that Redrow has the key to homeownership with a visit to the First Time Buyer Show in Liverpool this Saturday (March 23).
Aspiring home owners are invited to join Redrow at Birch Grange in Rochdale to discover how they could make their first step onto the property ladder with the help of a Government-backed scheme.
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