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Steps to buying your first home

Mortgage applications can be an overwhelming but exciting experience, especially as a first time buyer. With low interest rates available, along with the financial benefits homeownership can bring when compared to renting, it’s the ideal time to consider getting on the property ladder.

According to the Halifax Rent Report 2015, 65% of first time buyers are so worried about being turned down, that they don’t even apply. Speaking to our advisers can help alleviate some of the fears you may have around mortgage applications and fees, helping you feel more confident when applying for your mortgage.

Booking an appointment with a mortgage adviser is the first step in the application process, and will offer invaluable advice on which mortgage deal is best suited for your needs. Whatever your motivation for buying your first home, whether it be your time to step onto the property ladder, financial stability or the independence from a landlord, our mortgage advisers will talk you through your options.

Having helped people buy their homes for over 150 years, Newcastle Building Society’s approach to mortgage applications is to give straightforward guidance. Our fully trained mortgage advisers can help you cut through all the jargon and help you find the mortgage that is perfect for you.

We understand that buying your first home is a huge decision, so that’s why we are here to help at every step of the way. Why not book an appointment online with one of our mortgage advisers and kick start your journey to homeownership today?

Book a mortgage appointment now

Speak to one of our advisers on

0345 601 0014

8am - 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am - 3pm Saturday (Calls to 0345 numbers, cost the same as a call to a standard ‘01’ or ‘02’ landline number, even when calling from a mobile.)

Your mortgage will be secured on your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.