Are you a first time buyer looking to get on the property ladder? We have a wide range of advice and information to help you at reallymoving.com
A large portion of first time buyers can only afford their deposit with help from family members.
If you’ve decided to buy a brand new property directly from the developer, make sure you get answers to these questions before you move in.
With getting on the ladder starting to feel more like a game with endless rules and steps to follow, why not learn as you play? Try out our Snakes and Property Ladders - just don't sssslip up!
The first participants of the Help to Buy Equity loan are reaching the end of the 5 year interest-free period on their loan. What does this mean, and what can they do about it?
Everyone says it's all about location, but what if you could live anywhere? We've got some questions you can ask to narrow down the search.
We've been helping people move home for almost two decades - so we thought we'd grab some top tips from our partners to help those first time buyers.
Check out our free guide - taking you from mortgages to moving day!
First time buyers can struggle with how much goes into buying a first home – if it’s not finding conveyancing solicitors or Chartered Surveyors, it’s saving up a deposit and choosing the right property.
Buying a house, Before you buy
On 22nd November 2017 the rules regarding Stamp Duty for first time buyers changed. We're answering some of the questions arising from the Stamp Duty exemption for first time buyers.
Buying a house, Costs and Fees, First time buyer
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