Help To Buy Mortgages
The government Help to Buy scheme: Equity Loan (HTB) and the London Help to Buy are equity loan schemes where the government lends you up to 20% or 40% of the value of a new build property depending on the location.
The scheme has allowed many people get onto the property ladder and those wanting to move into a new property to get moving!
We have helped many clients through the process which shares the complications of a new build purchase with the added layer of dealing with a government agency who administer the scheme!
You can call us on 01483 266666 for more information.
Fortunately, we are experts in these matters and can guide you through the process by finding you the right mortgage and dealing with the additional paperwork for the Help to Buy element saving you time, money and a whole heap of stress.
Equity loans are available to first time buyers and homeowners looking to move. The home you want to buy must be newly built with a price of up to £600,000. You won’t be able to sublet this home or enter a part exchange deal on your old home. You must not own any other property at the time you buy your new home.
We understand that the process of dealing with agents, builders, solicitors, lenders, valuers, HTB agencies and with insurance matters can be like multiple spinning plates especially when you have your “normal” life still going on. You have busy jobs, children to look after and 100’s of other things that take your time and energy.
Relax and let us handle the financial side and we will smooth the process out for you and keep you informed with advice you can trust, regular, jargon free updates and a dedicated and knowledgeable contact.
Call now or complete the form for a free initial chat and let us show you how we can help make Help to Buy more Help and less Hell!
This article is intended to provide a general appreciation of the topic and it is not advice.
For more information please contact Oakwood on 01483 266666 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist you.
Article expiry: 05 Apr 2019