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Right to Buy Mortgage Advice in Lincoln

RIGHT TO BUY MORTGAGE ADVICE by LINCOLNMONEYMAN
EXPERIENCED Mortgage Broker in Lincoln & Surrounding Areas

What is Right to Buy?

Right to Buy gives eligible people who live in council properties in England the right to buy their home at a discount.

The scheme is open to people who are secure tenants of a local council and who have spent at least 3 years as a public sector tenant.

Usually there will be a lot of equity in the house already so no deposit will be required for the purchase.

There are also options with several mortgage companies to borrow additional funds to fund home improvements such as new windows/doors, conservatory etc.

Are you looking for Right to Buy Mortgage Advice in Lincoln?

If so, we can help! We are Experienced Mortgage Brokers so can search 1000’s of mortgage deals for you.  We will recommend the most suitable right to buy mortgage deal for your personal situation.

The Council Right to Buy Scheme has always been popular with people looking to get on the property ladder and own their own property.  The local Councils and Housing Associations are offering tenants that qualify for the scheme big discounts.

Right to Buy Mortgage Advice by Malcolm Davidson
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Mortgage Broker in Lincoln
Open & Honest Right to Buy Mortgage Advice in Lincoln

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