First Time Buyer Event - Tuesday 27th June

22 May 2017

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If you’re looking to take your first steps onto the property ladder, then why not come along to the Society’s First Time Buyer Event at Rodney Parade, on Tuesday 27th June 2017.

The First Time Buyer Event gives you the chance to ask our mortgage advisers, as well as a local solicitor and estate agent, any questions you may have about the house purchase process. It also gives you a chance to find out more about the Society’s mortgage product range which offers up to 95% loan to value (LTV) in our Core Lending Area*, as well as the Society’s Help to Buy - Wales mortgage product.

At the First Time Buyer Event you can also find out about the Society’s First Home Bonus Saver account, specifically designed for customers looking to save for a deposit in order to purchase their first home, as well as the Society’s Help to Buy: ISA which offers first time buyers an attractive rate of tax-free interest, with an additional 25% Government bonus on the closing balance of the account, when purchasing your first home subject to Help to Buy: ISA Scheme Rules.

Commenting on the event, Kristy Maloney, Regional Team Manager, said: “We’re proud of the support we offer to first time buyers who wish to pursue their dream of home ownership. Holding a friendly, approachable event such as this allows us to provide answers to first time buyer’s queries, and hopefully equip them with enough information so that they’re confident about the entire home buying experience.”

The First Time Buyer Event takes place on Tuesday 27th June from 6-8pm at Rodney Parade, Newport, NP19 0UU.

So whatever your question, why not come along and speak to one of our helpful, qualified advisers!

Book your place today by calling 01633 844 351.

*Our Core Lending Area, offering 80-95% LTV, is defined as postcode areas NP, CF, SA, LD, WR, GL, HR, BS, BA, SN, RG, OX, SY and TA

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home.

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