The help to buy property information form is a form you will need to fill once you have found a property you want to buy through the help to buy equity loan scheme.

The Help to buy Property Information Form allows the Help to buy agent(there are different help to buy agents based on region) to determine if you are eligible for the help to buy equity loan.

You can get the help to buy property information form from the regional help to buy agent or from the developer who is advertising the property.

Once you complete the help to buy property information form you can submit it to the regional help to buy agent who will be in charge of the property you are interested in. They will assess your form and get back to you.

  • Full names of everyone buying
  • Addresses for everyone buying
  • Date of births for everyone buying
  • contact details for everyone buying
  • The number of people expecting to live in the property
  • developer’s conveyancer’s details
  • applicant’s conveyancer’s details
  • Independent Financial Adviser( mortgage broker) details
  • Full Purchase Price
  • Buyer’s mortgage amount
  • Buyers mortgage deposit
  • mortgage term
  • Amount requested through the help to buy Equity Loan
  • Buyers income detailsN(for everyone buying)
  • Buyers debt details( for everyone buying)
  • Any additional monthly income( for everyone buying)
  • developer
  • Site name
  • Address
  • Plot number
  • House type
  • Build completion date
  • Purchase completion date
  • House type

Help to buy midlands property information form

Help to buy south property information form

Help to buy Northwest property information form

Help to buy east and south-east property information form

Help to buy Northeast property information form

John Bate

John has 22 years of experience in financial services. This spans across financial research, financial services (As a qualified mortgage broker and underwriter), financial trading and sales at global investment banks. While working as a publishing research analyst, he covered European bank credit and advised institutional clients on investment strategies at both JP Morgan and Societe Generale. John has passed all three levels of the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) programme.

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