When a house goes to best and final offer, the stakes are high, and requires some tactical and strategic planning to win and secure your dream home.
Once your offer has been agreed with the seller, the Road to Exchange race is on! A key part of that process is to get a formal mortgage offer. However, the mortgage timeline can vary by mortgage lender, how complex your financial situation is, as well as whether you are prepared with all the documents required.
Before you start house hunting, a crucial thing you need to know is the minimum deposit for a house that you want to buy. Answering the question “how much deposit do I need?” should be one of your first steps.
Find out what the 2021 Help To Buy Scheme changes, new price caps, and Help To Buy deposit requirements are.
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.
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.