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

What is the first homes scheme?

As part of its commitment to deliver 1 million homes by 2024, the UK Government began the first homes scheme on 4th June 2021. But what is it all about?

Buying a house, Finding a house, First Time Buyer

How to make an offer on a property

When you have chosen a property that you would like to buy, you will need to make your offer. But how do you make an offer and how do you decide on a price.

Conveyancing, Buying a house, First Time Buyer

Should you transfer funds from a Help to Buy ISA to a Lifetime ISA?

If you opened a Help to Buy ISA before November 2019, you might be considering transferring it into the Lifetime ISA. Both ISAs come with pros and cons when saving for your first home.

Before you buy

What is a Lifetime ISA?

One of the government schemes to help people save for a deposit is the Lifetime ISA. This ISA is designed for First Time Buyers looking to save towards buying their first home.

Before you buy

Protecting yourself from negative equity as a First Time Buyer

Negative equity can be a major worry for many First Time Buyers, but what can you do to prevent it?

Making your dream first home a reality

If you're dreaming of owning your first home, but feel like it's impossible, we're here to keep the dream alive. There are so many things you can do to stop renting and make that first home a reality.

Government First Time Buyer Schemes

If you’re a first time buyer looking for a little support in getting on the property ladder, the government has a variety of schemes that might be able to help.

Supersizing your Savings Guide

The third guide in our deposit saving series, here we look at how to make those big changes to get yourself closer to moving day.

Sacrificing to Save Guide

In our second guide to saving your deposit, we're helping those who have already made a start and are looking to increase their savings.