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Help to Buy (HTB) Equity Loan Scheme

Help to Buy (HTB) Equity Loan Scheme

The Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme was launched back in 2013 and has since been a useful means for helping those struggling to get onto the property ladder.

If you are considering the HTB scheme, it’s vital that you are aware of the new changes that are coming into play in April 2021.

Regional price caps and modifications to buyer eligibility could mean changes to the value of the property you’re allowed to buy, so professional advice is more important than ever.

Our specialist mortgage partners can offer high quality, knowledgeable advice on everything you need to know about the scheme, and how the new changes could affect you.

If you do decide it’s the right route, our partners are well equipped to get HTB funding approved quickly, gathering all the relevant information and assisting the completion of paperwork.

The firm has a deep-seated understanding of who is eligible for the scheme, which lenders have elected to participate in offering mortgages on the scheme and which lenders will allow certain incentives. Contact us today to speak to one of our partners.

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