The way you access a Help to Buy: Equity Loan is changing

From 2 January 2020, you will only be able to apply for an equity loan from one of three Help to Buy agents who offer the scheme across England. This means our current Help to Buy agents’ services, including this website, will shortly be replaced.

The changes should not affect your house purchase.

If you are buying a new home using a Help to Buy: Equity Loan, we will automatically transfer everything to your new agent, so that they can continue to support your equity loan application and house purchase.

If you have any questions, please get in touch.

The way you access a Help to Buy agent is changing

From 2 January 2020, you will be able to apply for help to buy schemes from one of three agents across England. This means our current Help to Buy agents’ services will shortly be replaced.

The changes should not affect your house purchase.

If you are buying a new home using a Help to Buy: Equity Loan, we will automatically transfer everything to your new agent, so that they can continue to support your equity loan application and house purchase.

If you have any questions, please get in touch.

New Help to Buy scheme announced

by User Not Found | Nov 20, 2018
The Government has announced a new Help to Buy scheme to run from April 2021.

It is restricted to first-time buyers and includes regional property price caps to ensure the scheme reaches the people who need it most. There are no changes to the current Help to Buy equity loan scheme which runs to March 2021.

The new scheme will run from April 2021 to March 2023. As with the current scheme, under the new scheme, the government will lend buyers up to 20% of the cost of a newly built home, and up to 40% in London.

Read more about this on www.gov.uk