What is a First-Time-Buyer?

A first-time buyer refers to an individual or household who is entering the property market for the very first time as a homeowner.

They have never owned a property or held a joint mortgage in the past. First-time buyers often face unique challenges, such as saving for a deposit, understanding the mortgage process, and navigating the complex housing market. *In some cases lenders will consider you a 'First-Time-Buyer if you haven't held a mortgage for a set period of time.

They represent a vital segment of the housing market and are typically eligible for various government schemes and incentives aimed at assisting them in achieving their homeownership goals.

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