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Help To Buy

Helping Buyers To Step On The Property Ladder

What Is Help To Buy?

Help To Buy is a Government scheme that aims to help people get their first important step onto the property ladder.

Entitling first time buyers to a Government loan of the market value up to £600,000, subject to eligibility, terms, and conditions.

In London, the Government can lend you up to 40% of the cost of a newly built home so that you can put down as little as a 5% deposit (along with your mortgage to cover the remaining amount).

What’s more, once you’ve purchased through Help to Buy, you don’t have to start repaying the interest on your loan for five years, giving you time to settle and save.

Help To Buy Checklist

Everything you need to consider to get yourself prepared for using the Help To Buy Scheme

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Matthew Woodham

Associate Director Land, New Homes and Development

Christopher Haynes

Sales Manager New Homes

Katrina Lindley-Money

Head of Marketing & Business Development

Rachel West

Senior New Homes Sales Consultant