To be blunt few people find this an easy experience whether they’re first time buyers or old hands. But they all agree that it’s worth it.
The process is fraught with insecurity.
Say you’ve seen your dream home. The seller doesn’t have to commit to you until the very last minute.
To get to this point you’ll be chasing solicitors, surveyors and the mortgage lender, none of whom will feel that getting a move on is as important as you do.
But it’s vital because another buyer could come along at any moment.
Read more about buying a home generally in the easy guide How to buy a home.
- Intro / What You’re Getting Into
- Process / Flow Chart Of What Happens
- Buying Your First Home
- Be Careful Out There
- Don’t Just Grab The First Mortgage You Can
- Problem: Having Enough Money
- Guarantor Mortgages
- 100% Mortgages For First Time Buyers
- Should I Borrow Five Times My Income?
- Having Problems As A First Time Buyer? Read Some Solutions
- UK Government Help, Homebuy And Key Workers Schemes