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Guide for First-Time Buyers

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26/08/2014
Download our free, handy guide for first-time buyers, produced in association with the Post Office.
Guide for First-Time Buyers

The guide explains the different types of mortgage deals available, the fees first-time buyers will face, the buying process, what valuations and surveys entail, which professsionals first-timers are likely to encounter and how they can help. 

Click here to view the free guide.

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