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Budget 2011: Osborne confirms £250m FTB scheme

by: IFAonline
  • 23/03/2011
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Budget 2011: Osborne confirms £250m FTB scheme
George Osborne today announced a £250m package to help 10,000 first-time buyers get onto the property ladder in the Budget today.

The Firstbuy Direct scheme will help buyers struggling to get a deposit together, the opportunity to take up a five-year interest-free loan of up to 80% of the deposit, reported this morning suggested.

The scheme is set to fill the gap left by the withdrawal of the Labour government’s Homebuy Direct Scheme, which ended last autumn.

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