Many first-time buyers are eager to get on the property ladder, but simply don’t know where to start. They may lack the funds or feel confused about their options.Many parents and grandparents see their children, or grandchildren, struggling to buy their first home and naturally want to help. But again, they simply don’t know what to do or how to release funds to help them. This helpful podcast answers questions such as:How much can I borrow? What deposit do I need? What are the costs of buying? How do I negotiate with an estate agent? What government schemes can I use? And in addition there will be interviews with 1st time buyers that have recently gone through the process aswell as interviews with various experts along the way. Using his 20 years’ experience, Scott Rawlings, gives first-time buyers the information they need to get out there and start searching for their first home. He also helps parents and grandparents to understand the various ways in which they can assist, what options are available, and what their next steps might be.
Property Types, Online Search Tools, Dealing with Estate Agents and Expert Interview
Government Schemes including Help to Buy and Shared Ownership
In this episode I look at the various government schemes designed to help people get on the property ladder. And investigate some new private schemes too.
Credit Scoring and Searching
In this episode credit scoring and searching is explained and demystified and an introduction to the various mortgage options you need to make choices on. And an interview with an estate agent recorded very recently so you can find out what is happening in the housing market right now!
Intro to Getting on the Property Ladder - the podcast
Into to Getting on the Property Ladder - the podcast
Upfront and Monthly costs
How much can i borrow and what size of deposit do I need
How much can i borrow and size of deposit
Clear and concise info for first time property purchase
Thank you Scott for this fantastic podcast. It’s great to hear from someone who knows what they are talking about. Looking forward to listening to future podcasts, keep up the good work!