Helping you with your first house purchase
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage
In life there are the great first times and the not so great. Buying your first house should be an exciting first time. It should be as exciting as your first stabiliser-free bike ride, or the first time you went to a gig.
We’ve created an overview of the key stages of buying your own first home including links to articles that can help you learn more.
Contrasting the pros and cons of owning and renting property. See which solution works best for you and your circumstances.
It can be a challenge to understand mortgage-related terminology, so we’ve provided a glossary of key terms and their definitions to help you bust that jargon.
A timeline to show first time buyers how long each part of the process could take, and tips of how to keep the process moving.
We offer first-time buyers a mortgage that can help you get onto the property ladder and give you something back too.
How to save for a deposit and how your deposit makes a big difference to the rate of interest on your mortgage.
If you’re thinking of buying a property as an investment there are a few important things you need to be aware of.
Make sure you’re aware of the costs of buying a home and how many factors can influence the mortgage rate you get.
When you’re self-employed it can be difficult to get a mortgage. We offer tips on how to improve your chances.
We’ve created a range of tools and guides to help you understand the mortgage process.