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Help to Buy - not just for first time buyers

October 3, 2018Tags: help to buy | buying | buy property

Help to buy logoHelp to Buy is a government led scheme to help hard working people like you take the first steps to buying your own home.

This scheme is often associated with first time buyers but did you know that it can also benefit those buyers looking to move up the ladder? The scheme offers an equity loan where the government lends first time buyers and existing homeowners money to buy a new build home

If you're thinking of making your next move, Your Move can help you when it comes to selling your current home, finding a new home and even with your mortgage.

Do you qualify?

To qualify for the scheme in England your home must:

  • Be a new build property
  • Have a purchase price of maximum £600,000
  • Be the only home you own
  • Not be sub-let or rented out after purchase

Terms and conditions apply, for further information see www.helptobuy.gov.uk.

The Scottish and Welsh Government run similar Help to Buy schemes - click below to find out more.

Help to Buy Wales    Help to Buy Scotland

Please be aware that by clicking onto the above links you are leaving the Your Move website. Please note that neither Your Move nor PRIMIS Mortgage Network are responsible for the accuracy of the information contained within the linked sites accessible from this page.

How does it work?

  • You need a minimum of 5% deposit
  • The government lends you up to 20% of the property value (up to 40% if buying within Greater London)
  • You'll need to secure up to a 75% mortgage
  • The loan is interest free for the first 5 years and then interest is charged thereafter

Still not clear on how Help to Buy works? Not sure if it’s right for you? For more information on the Help to Buy scheme or mortgages book an appointment online with a Your Move mortgage adviser today.

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