Welcome to HomeBuyService.co.uk
In recent years, the housing market has become a difficult place to navigate, especially for people who are trying to buy their first home. A lack of affordable housing has contributed to ‘Generation Rent’, with many young people unable to get onto the property ladder.
To help overcome this, HomeBuyService.co.uk provides a one-stop resource to finding and understanding the maze of information on home buyer options and the application processes. Our guides will help you in understanding the different types of mortgage products and the market, so that you are are equipped to find the best mortgage deals and avoid any potential financial problems in future.
Many people find mortgages complicated and confusing, which is not surprising given that there are many types of mortgages and thousands of deals to choose from. Whether you are a first-time buyer looking for a standard residential mortgage, a tenant looking to purchase your home through Right to Buy, an investor considering a Buy to Let property purchase, or you are simply looking to release equity for home improvements or other needs with a remortgage, you have landed on the right site.
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Home Buyer Initiatives
There are many schemes to help you on your way to getting on the property ladder, and there is a wealth of information available in our different mortgage sections to help guide you through the mortgage process.
The government has introduced a number of Help to Buy schemes to offer financial help and assistance to qualifying first-time buyers trying to get onto the property ladder, with some schemes open to all home purchasers.
However, as with most government help initiatives, public awareness and access to clear information and application for these schemes is often difficult and confusing; this is where HomeBuyService.co.uk can help you.
We provide a one-stop resource to finding and understanding the information on HomeBuy schemes and their application processes, to help you get the best mortgage deal and avoid serious financial problems.