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First buyer. The real estate markets were moving rapidly before the onset of the economic downturn and led to a significant increase in real estate values. That made it very hard for first-time purchasers to buy a house. Real estate rates fell during the downturn, making residential properties much more accessible in many parts of the UK. Since the end of 2013, however, house prices have started to increase.
However, there is still a considerable number of creditors to select from and we will look the markets for a mortgages that best suits your needs. The first purchase has its benefits. The interest rate is currently very low and first-time purchasers may be attractive to vendors. Started in April 2013, the "Help to Buy" programme offers first-time purchasers and current house owners private capital by granting them a 20% credit on the value of the real estate.
It is only valid for recently constructed real estate, and since the buyer only has to pay a 5% down payment, a 75% loan from a creditor would be necessary. It allows first purchasers or current home owners to buy a new home anywhere in the UK with a down payment of only 5%.
There is a 95% mortage requirement, with the state providing a 15% guaranteed credit. It is available for real estate with a total value of up to £600,000. Loans are paid back each month over a negotiated term (usually 25 years). A certain degree of repayment leeway is allowed, with the possibility of paying back excess payments, vacation periods and the return of past excess payments.
Removing a pure interest rate mortgages means that you are only paying the interest on the amount you have taken out, so that the borrower must be sure to conserve funds in order to finally disburse the principal. If there is a default, the creditor can take possession of the real estate again. Considerable down payment is needed - would this be better distributed elsewhere in the company?