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Shared Ownership a realistic way to help borrowers buy their first home from Buckinghamshire

24 July 2017

Buckinghamshire BS

With household income of less than £80,000 outside London, and £90,000 inside London, higher income groups are more enthusiastic about being able to buy a shared ownership property. 

With growth in average earnings at approximately 3% and houses prices growth at 5% (source: BSA/ONS economic update) the disparity between incomes and house prices means shared ownership can make buying a home a reality. 

Buckinghamshire Building Society has launched today, Monday 27 July, an exclusive product to support L&G club members to offer a wider choice to their borrowers. Their 95% LTS product opens up the possibility for those with smaller deposits. 

Buckinghamshire Building Society’s offering in this sector includes 95% of LTS for purchases of flats or houses. 

All their cases are individually underwritten by their specialist team. 

  • Shared Ownership
  • 2 Year Fixed
  • 3.99%
  • 95% max LTS
  • £445 fees

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