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July 2011 Newsletter – Think You Can’t Buy Your First Home?

September 3rd, 2011 | No Comments | Posted in Monthly Newsletters

The Mortgage Store - Think you can't buy your first Home?

You are not alone, an increasing number of people currently renting or living at home believe they will not be accepted for a mortgage. However lenders are starting to expand their criteria and rates are slowly reducing so now might be a great time to try.

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Natwest and Woolwich have recently launched competitive mortgage products for borrowers participating in the government’s FirstBuy scheme. The FirstBuy scheme provides first-time buyers who have a 5% deposit with a 20% equity loan split between the government and a housebuilder.

There are also a number of new lenders who are now offering 90% loan to value (LTV) mortgages.. Figures from moneysupermarket.com also show that the number of 90% products available has increased to over 300, the highest level since November 2008. The rates available on 90% LTV products have also dropped recently, giving greater options for you if you only have a small deposit.

Buying your first home is a big commitment and there are many things to consider when taking out a mortgage, such as general insurance and protection.

Here at The Mortgage Store we can take the hassle out of finding a mortgage and can help find the best deal for you. We are able to provide a full advice service and guide you through all the options available to you. We also offer a full service in insurance and protection.

To find out more why not contact us Today

We look forward to hearing from you.

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