Do you one day dream of owning your own home?

Buying a home is hard. We aim to make it easier, quicker, and less stressful. 

Dear future homeowner,


We get it.


Buying a house isn't easy. In fact, it's actually pretty difficult.


You're expected to know the entire homebuying process, save up a deposit, get your credit score in line, sort your mortgage, arrange your solicitors, negotiate I'm out of breath...anyway, you get the idea. 


Friends and family can be a good go-to for some basic info, however, this advice can be slightly outdated if the last time they bought a house was 22 years ago for the same price as a small hatchback.


I jest... 


The point I'm making is the market changes all the time, so having a clear plan of action is so important.


There are LOADS of first-time buyer guides out there. In fact - I've read quite a few of them myself! 


The problem? They aren't about YOU. 


Apparently, every first-time buyer is exactly the same. The same mortgage, the same deposit, the same scheme, the same location. Well...they're not. 


You're unique. We believe your homebuying journey should be unique too. 


That's why we developed the Homebuyer's Plan, because it's all about you. 

*Release the doves*


It begins with taking basic details about your current situation such as income, outgoings, credit history and your future goals.

We will then provide a personalised 3 part plan to help with your homebuying journey. The best bit? It's reviewed by a qualified mortgage broker before you receive it. 

Here's how we break it down: 


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The getting started guide provides huge amounts of information needed to build your home-buying knowledge. 

  • What is a mortgage?

  • What size deposit do you need?

  • What is the homebuying process?

  • What schemes are available to first-time buyers and how do they work?

  • What is the best way to save a deposit?


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After providing information about your credit report. We'll look at a breakdown of how to improve your credit score prior to buying.

  • How do I understand my credit report? 

  • What is a credit score?

  • What score do I need for a mortgage?

  • How can I improve my credit score?


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The main event! 

After reviewing your details, a qualified mortgage broker will provide a personalised plan to get you in great shape for your future purchase. 

  • How long will it take for me to buy?

  • What can I cut back on to help with my saving?

  • How much can I borrow?

  • What are the house prices like in my area?

  • How do lenders work out how much I can borrow?


That's a great question! Let us show you...

Unlike other guides, the plan isn't an instantly downloadable document. It actually takes us serious man/woman hours to build depending on your circumstances.

For a start, we'll provide savings tips based on a pre-completed budget planner. This will highlight any areas where you may be overspending.

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We'll then look at your credit report and identify any potential problems. 

We will also provide various tips on how you can improve your score prior to buying.

Y'know what else is pretty unique? The area you actually want to live in!

That's why we research your local area so you know exactly what size deposit and mortgage you'll need to aim for. 


We'll also provide a personalised affordability check to see how much you'll be able to borrow*. Whether you're buying normally or using a government scheme - we've got you covered.

*This is purely for guidance purposes only and does not constitute financial advice. 


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The journal has helped hundreds of new buyers, so we've included a free digital copy of the journal to use alongside your plan.

This journal was created to help guide you through the homebuying process, from saving your deposit to collecting your keys.


The Process

In this section, we'll lay out the main stages of the homebuying process. To make it easier, we've included areas where you can check off these stages as they are completed.

Budget Planner

Use the budget planner to work out how much you'll be able to save each month. It's also a good way to work out how much you'll be able to afford when looking at properties.



Here you'll find helpful deposit trackers to be updated every time you put money away towards your deposit.



There are various costs involved when buying your first home. In this section, we have provided some of the more common costs to expect.



The exciting bit! Now you're ready to start viewing properties! Here you'll find your Viewing Log section, where you can track when viewings are booked and narrow down your favourite properties. You can also keep track of offers you've made with the Offer Log to strategically plan your negotiation.


Mood Board & Shopping List

Start planning your future home! Use the shopping list to plan your decor and furnishings to make your home truly yours.


Moving Checklist

In the days and weeks building up to your moving day, you need to be as prepared as possible. Use the checklist to make sure you don't forget any of the essentials.



A list of commonly used words and phrases that you'll come across during the buying process.


*When using our recommended mortgage broker.




Who is the Homebuyer's Plan for?

The Homebuyer's Plan is aimed at first-time buyers looking to buy in England.

How long does my plan take to be prepared?

The plan will usually take 5-7 days to be emailed through to you.

How do I give you the information needed to build the plan?

You will be emailed through an interactive questionnaire as soon as the Homebuyer's Plan has been purchased.

What about if I'm buying with a partner?

That's fine! The plan can be based on buying on your own or with a partner.

We want the Homebuyer's Plan to provide as much value as possible.

With that in mind, we've included some extras...