New figures from housebuilder Morris Homes have revealed that its first-time buyers are paying deposits of just £9,238 on their homes - £17,621 less than the national average.
Landlords need to look at putting their property investments on a business footing as HM Revenue & Customs and local councils crack down on compliance.
New research shows that almost two thirds of first time buyers receive help in saving for a deposit – with the Bank of Mum and Dad playing an important role in the process.
Would be homeowners in Flintshire can find out how they could leap onto the property ladder at an open day on Sunday, hosted by Redrow Homes and Tai Clwyd.
A refurbished Victorian property on New Park Road in Cranleigh, near Guildford, Surrey, has recently been designated by Waverley Borough Council as a Building of Local Merit because of its architectural merit, townscape value and historic associations.
House prices in market towns are on average £14,000 (or 6%) higher than their county average, according to research from Lloyds Bank.
Morris Homes is urging first-time buyers in South Staffordshire to take advantage of its Great Start scheme to get on the property ladder with a deposit of just five per cent.
The Bank of Mum and Dad still has an important role to play for First Time Buyers, with almost two thirds receiving help in saving a deposit for their first property, according to research from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks.
Parents keen to help their grown-up children get on to the property ladder could find that securing a fantastic new home at Taylor Wimpey’s popular Heritage Park development is more affordable than they might think.
Homeowners who have installed solar panels could be set for a windfall thanks to a new European Court ruling.
Redrow Homes is keen to make homebuyers aware of the energy saving qualities of its new homes and advise them of the potential for cost savings.
Leeds Building Society has reduced the rates by up to 0.70% on its shared ownership mortgages, which have been specifically designed to help first time buyers (FTBs) onto the housing ladder, and are available up to 95% of the borrowers share.
For your chance to purchase a substantial renovated late-Victorian home on New Park Road in Cranleigh, near Guildford, Surrey, make sure to attend its official launch weekend on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th October, between 11am and 4:30pm.
Leading local housebuilder Taylor Wimpey South Midlands has broken ground at the site of its brand new headquarters in Newton Leys, Buckinghamshire.
The second phase of the Help to Buy scheme has now been launched in England and so far only the tax payer-backed banks have announced their rates and are taking applications.
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