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Help for homebuyers

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25/04/2016

Download our handy guide for homebuyers, produced in association with Barclays.

Saving a hefty deposit to buy your first home, or accumulating sufficient equity to move up the housing ladder can seem like insurmountable obstacles. But happily, family mortgages, government schemes and low-deposit deals can all offer real solutions for aspiring homebuyers. Read this guide to find out more.

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