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Wednesday, 20 June 2018
WE all know that getting your foot on the first rung of the property ladder is a challenge.
However, the government has put many initiatives in place to help first-time buyers.
From Help to Buy to shared ownership and more, it’s a minefield knowing which one will best suit your circumstances.
To help you better understand your options, Romans estate agents would like to invite you to a first-time buyer event they are holding at their head office near Crowthorne from 5pm to 8pm on Wednesday, March 8.
The evening will showcase which local properties fit within your budget, and what your next steps could be.
Antony Gibson, sales sirector at Romans, says: “Romans know how daunting getting on the property ladder can be, so we think it is important to give support and advice to first-time buyers.
“There are many government schemes and mortgage products available at the moment, and we would like to help you better understand them.”
You can chat to the firm’s highly experienced mortgage advisers and see Romans’ collection of some of the best first-time buyer homes on the market.
“We hope you can make it and that we can help you get on to that first rung of the property ladder!” adds Antony.
Make sure you turn up at the right location: the first-time buyer event is being held at Romans’ head office at Crowthorne House, Nine Mile Ride, RG40 3GA, from 5pm to 8pm on Wednesday, March 8.
Let them know you’re coming on the Romans Facebook event page or just turn up on the day.
Some of the first-time buyer properties on offer with Romans include:
2 Old Dairy Court, Wargrave (pictured)
Guide price: £350,000
This delightful character, two double bedroom property is located on Wargrave high street, and is within walking distance of Wargrave train station.
5B Gravel Hill, Henley
Guide price: £400,000
This first-floor apartment is located in the historic heart of the town and comes with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and off-street parking. In superb condition, too.
1 Howe Combe Farm Cottage, Watlington
Guide price: £300,000
This pretty, thatched cottage has been recently refurbished and has plenty of potential.
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