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Help to Buy - Wales: Shared Equity Loan

Other Help to Buy schemes in Wales:

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Regular armed forces personnel can benefit from a £200 million scheme to help them get on the property ladder.

The Forces Help to Buy scheme enables servicemen and servicewomen to borrow up to 50% of their salary, interest free, to buy their first home or move to another property on assignment or as their families needs change.

Details are available on the
UK Government website

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You can put away up to £200 a month in a Help to Buy: ISA that the government will then top up by 25%, up to a maximum of £3,000.

In the first month you’re also able to put away £1,200 - that’s an extra £1,000 on top of the monthly maximum of £200.

Details are available on the
Help to Buy website

Other affordable housing schemes in Wales:

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