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Loan claim: Mortgage scheme encourages homebuyers

The government's Help to Buy scheme has been encouraging more people to buy a house.

This is suggested by news of profits from the house building company Barratt Developments, which said that the housing market is the most positive that it has been for five years.

Barratt said that consumer demand was much higher between January 1st and May 5th this year, which was spurred by the announcement of the government's Help to Buy scheme.

Under this scheme, the government acts as a guarantor for certain mortgages so that people can gain low cost mortgages with a deposit of as low as five per cent. It will lend up to 20 per cent of the equity of their home. People looking to buy a house of up to £600,000 in value are able to qualify for the scheme. It is open to first time buyers and is not based on the level of income that people have.

Amir Hussain

Amir specialises in personal loans, consumer debt and debt management.ADNFCR-2776-ID-801583493-ADNFCR

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