When you’re searching for a house or property to buy, you’ll be going on lots and lots of house viewings. Here’s a house viewing etiquette checklist of what to do or avoid doing when you’re doing house or flat viewings.
You’ve just bought your first house or apartment, and ready to move into your new home, but when do you have to start paying Council Tax? And what are the pitfalls and things you should look out for?
Is it better to rent or to buy your home? Before you jump into being a First TIme Buyer, consider the financial aspects of being a home owner vs a renter.
If you’re accessing the Help To Buy Equity Loan for your first home purchase, find out which agent you should contact based on your area.
As a First Time Buyer, you’re probably renting your current home. As you near Completion and getting the keys to your new place, one of the most important steps is serving notice on your current tenancy.
For many of us, price negotiations is something we’re not familiar with at all, and it is normal to struggle, as a First Time Buyer, on how to effectively negotiate for your dream first home.
Finding your perfect home is only half the battle; negotiating and paying the right price for a property is the other half. One of the key fears is overpaying for a property – so how do you avoid that?
The Lifetime ISA is the best ISA for first time buyers, as we concluded in Best ISA for First Time Buyers. Now that we have a winner, how do you … Read more
In recent years, the government has introduced a range of new Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) to help first time buyers like you. This article will help you figure out which ISA is right for you.
One of the first things you need to figure out is: how much house can I afford to buy?