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Poll: Were you pleased to see the Help to Buy extension confirmed in the Budget?

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 01/11/2018
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In the Budget, buried in the small-print, the Treasury extended the Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme for two more years to March 2023.

 

However, from April 2021, the original end-date, the new scheme will be restricted to first-time buyers only and see a raft of regional price caps imposed, from £186,100 in the north east to £600,000 in London.

Do you welcome the scheme extension or think it has done 360,000 households good service but had its time?

 

Vote now in this week’s poll.

 

Do you welcome the extension to the Help to Buy scheme confirmed in the Budget?

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