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First time buyer mortgages

What is a first time buyer mortgage?

In most cases a first time buyer is defined as someone who doesn't own a property and is looking to buy one. Typically a first time buyer is someone who is either currently living with family, or in privately rented or social housing. Some lenders will classify buyers as first time buyers if they haven't had a mortgage in 9 months.

Did you know

Homeowners could save as much as £194,000 over renters in the course of 50 years*

Our handy guide to first time buyer mortgages

Before you start on your purchasing journey or if you need help during the process, why not use our first time buyer guide to help you understand the processes and jargon involved.

How can we help you?

If you’re not sure which mortgage is right for you, how much you can afford or whether you meet the lenders requirements then we have qualified mortgage specialists available in-branch. They’ll advise you and help guide you through the application process.

Alternatively, if you'd prefer to talk to us on the phone, please call us on 01933 447 377.

*Barclays figures, June 2012 www.thisismoney.co.uk

YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.


Lenders fees are variable dependent on the mortgage product offered. In addition, we may charge a fee* for arranging your mortgage.


*Typical representative fee charged by Hannah for arranging a mortgage ranges between £99 and £250 dependent on type of product and individual circumstances

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