Mortgages For First Time Buyers


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Mortgages for first time buyers have become more difficult in recent years, due to rising house prices and stricter lending criteria. Even now, with residential property values set to stabilise or even fall in some areas, first-time buyers are instead faced with more difficulties when trying to secure a mortgage.

Perhaps you haven't managed to save a decent deposit yet, or maybe you're worried you might not be able to afford a mortgage on your income alone. Even if this is the case, there are options open to you. This includes sharing a mortgage, guarantor mortgages and even government schemes for key workers or first-time buyers facing affordability issues.

Regardless of your situation, our expert mortgage advisers will help you through the process step-by-step, working out how much you can borrow, how much it will cost, and what type of mortgage may be most suitable for you. They will even take care of all the paperwork for you, so you don't need to worry about a thing.

Please click on the button below to make your enquiry and one of our independent mortgage advisers will be in touch with you shortly to discuss your options.


N.B. All mortgage advisers from our sister company Money Advice Financial Services offer products from the whole of the market (as opposed to a single lender), so you can be sure that they will offer impartial advice.

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