5 mistakes to avoid when buying a new home

Buying a home can be both exciting and stressful. On one hand, there is nothing like achieving ownership of your own personal space. It is the area that you will create dozens of memories and maybe even build or grow your family. On the other hand, it is stressful because in many respects, buying a […]

What is the Help to Buy scheme?

Most of us dream of owning our own home at some point in our lives. We see it as an investment in our future, an end to the profligacy of renting and a place to make a nest for a family. However, the spiralling price of properties and recent financial crisis have made it increasingly […]

Understanding bank accounts

As a first time home buyer, there’s probably no current aspect of your life as important as money. We know that the home buying process is a costly one, and once the home is secured, we know you’ll be pricing up furniture and decorations. If you’re struggling to wrap your head around your finances and […]

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How to save for the deposit on your first home

Guest Post Thanks to the author of Moneystepper blog, Graham Clark, for the creation of his article exclusively for First Home News.  Graham is a qualified accountant, avid money saver and wealth creator, who has published an e-book entitled: ‘Becoming Rich: One Step at a Time’ The Moneystepper blog provides small ways to save money by giving ideas […]

The best five ways to save for your first home

If you’re dreaming of getting onto the property ladder, but saving enough for a deposit seems a lottery win away, you don’t need to worry. We all know how difficult it is to get your first home, and with the prices of a home nowadays you probably need all the help you can get. Don’t […]

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