3rd March 2017
Find out about Help to Buy at free event in Boston
Visitors to a free event in Boston can find out how they can use the government’s Help to Buy scheme to buy a home of their own.
Chestnut Homes is holding its Help to Buy event in the Pilgrim Lounge at Boston United’s Jakeman Stadium, off York Road, on Thursday 16th March.
Visitors to the drop-in event, which will run from 6pm to 9pm, will be able to find out how the scheme works and how they can make use of it to buy a new home.
Help to Buy enables buyers to secure a new home with a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage. The remaining 20 per cent is provided as an equity loan from the government which is interest-free for the first five years.
David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said: “Help to Buy is a well-established scheme which has helped more than 100,000 people buy a new home across the UK – but there is still a lot of confusion among buyers as to how it works and how it can help them.
“So we decided to hold this event to give people in Boston the chance to come along and find out everything they need to know about Help to Buy.
“There’s a common misconception that the scheme is exclusive to first-time buyers, but this is not the case – anyone can use it if they do not currently own a home.
“Our team will be on-hand at the event to discuss Help to Buy, and visitors will also be able to get advice from independent mortgage advisor Nicola Burrell and Morley Brown & Co Solicitors.
“I’d encourage anyone wondering how they can use Help to Buy to purchase a new home not to miss out on our event, and we look forward to seeing them there.”
Chestnut Homes is currently selling homes in Boston at its Riverside development, off Tattershall Road. One and two-bedroom apartments are available to buy from £102,950, and Help to Buy is available at the development.
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