First Time Buyers Property Advice

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

5 years on: What you can do about your Help to Buy Equity Loan

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?

How to decide where to live: choosing your new neighbourhood

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.

First Time Buyer's Guide

Reallymoving are proud to present our ultimate First Time Buyer's Guide, with all the information new buyers might need when choosing their first home.

The first time buyer's guide to mortgages

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.

Finance

First time buyer changes to Stamp Duty: FAQ

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

Sealed Bidding: What it is, and how to win

Not sure if sealed bids are for you? We've got pros, cons and the best tricks to win that dream home.

Buying a house

Timeline for buying a house

For homebuyers – and first time buyers in particular – the process of purchasing a new home can seem like a long, drawn-out affair. It’s not unusual for it to take around six months from starting to look at properties to actually moving in, and if there are delays at any stage of the process then it can take even longer.

Conveyancing, Buying a house, First time buyer

Buying a house with friends

For many people, getting a foot on that first rung of the property ladder is now more difficult than ever. A combination of high house prices, larger deposit requirements and other economic factors mean that many would-be homebuyers view property ownership as a distant reality.

Conveyancing, Buying a house, First time buyer

10 essential steps when buying a home

You’ve been searching, viewing and considering properties for months and the day has finally come. Now the offer you have made on a house has been accepted, what next?

Conveyancing, Buying a house, First time buyer