First Time Buyer Mortgages
Mortgage Advice for First-Time Buyers | First-Time Buyer Mortgages in Leeds
Understandably, you feel a little anxious when you’re buying a home as a First-Time Buyer, the market has much competition, and the Estate Agents can put much pressure on you.
This is where we may be able to assist you. Our team of experienced Advisors will work patiently and effectively alongside you, to ensure property-owning dreams come true.
Mortgage Advice in Leeds for First-Time Buyers
- Need some help in making an offer on a property you have your heart set on?
- Looking to buy and wondering how much you might be entitled to borrow/ what your repayments could be?
- Hit a roadblock on your journey and need some assistance?
- Do you want to start your Mortgage application, as you’ve had an offer accepted?
Finding The Right Deal For You
We search throughout thousands of Mortgage deals, to find the right mortgage to fit around your circumstances. Whether you’re buying by yourself, with a friend/ partner, or having a mortgage dilemma, we’re usually able to help you out.
Some people come to us with a Mortgage Agreement in Principle; it’s handy for when you are ready to make an offer.
How We’re Able to Help With First-Time Buyer Mortgage Advice
We keep loyal to our customers, with no ties to Banks, Building Societies or Estate Agents. We only have your best interests at heart! Our Mortgage Advice team will try their best to make the process stress-free, keeping things clear and simple.
If you would like someone to talk to the Estate Agent on your behalf, to make an offer, we can also do that for you. We can also look at sourcing conveyancing and solicitors’ quotes for you.
How Much Will I Need For My Deposit?
As a First-Time Buyer, you would need a minimum of 5% to put down as a deposit on your first home. Your deposit can come from your own savings or even a gifted deposit from a friend or family member. In some cases, you can have a mixture of gifts and savings.
Are You Currently Renting?
In some cases, buying a property and taking out a mortgage can be cheaper than privately renting. If you’ve thought about buying the property you’re currently in from your landlord or housing association, it’s worth checking your eligibility for the Right-to-Buy Scheme. Speaking to your local authority should allow clarification on this.