First Time Buyer Mortgages

first time buyer

Buying your first home can be quite daunting and what’s involved can be quite confusing. We’ve been there, we know. But it doesn’t have to be.

As a first time buyer, your mortgage is more than likely going to be your largest debt and your biggest outgoing, so it’s important to make sure you get it right.

With so much choice it’s hard to know what’s best for you and which of all the different schemes are the right fit, if any?

Not only this but with so much speculation in the press about how hard it is to get a mortgage, it’s easy to find the whole process daunting and worrying, it really doesn’t need to be.

  • What if you can’t borrow enough money?
  • What if you don’t have enough deposit?

You won’t know unless you ask and there could be another way without needing to win the lottery. We offer mortgage advice in a free consultation so there’s nothing to lose and everything to gain.

At Fosters Financial, we make the process as easy as possible, we explain everything that you need to know in a clear and concise manner. We promise not to use abbreviations or industry terminology and we absolutely won't over complicate things.

We have a simple four step process to get you going, click here to find out more.

There are a number of other professionals you need to choose so that you can purchase your home, the main two are solicitors and surveyors. We work with a number of these locally, in the Ipswich and Colchester areas and across Essex and Suffolk, and nationally, and are more than happy to look after this for you too, or at least provide you with a recommendation.

Download our helping hand brochure click here or call us today to find out more.

HelpingHand 2017 pdf

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage