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How to fully or partly repay your equity loan - with your own money, when you sell your home or when you remortgage.
Various legal forms and documents that you can use for communication between the Help to Buy agent and the homebuyer.
Set up regular payments to pay back your equity loan fees and charges.
Register as a new organisation to access the IMS or apply to change your security administrators or signatories.
We may allow you to take out extra borrowing to pay off leasehold arrears or mortgage payments for your Help to Buy home.
Information pack for conveyancing solicitors which contains guidance and forms for equity loan applications.
The process for new partners to qualify as an investment partner with Homes England for the Affordable Homes programme 2021 to 2026.
Public sector bodies who wish to procure services through Homes England frameworks must enter into an access agreement.
Any contracting authorities who wish to procure housing developments through the system must enter into an agreement with Homes England.
Documents that we may need to see about you and your company as part of our customer due diligence 'Know your Customer' process.
If you would like to stay with your current lender and remortgage without borrowing more on your Help to Buy home, you do not have to contact us or apply to remortgage.
You can only alter your Help to Buy home for medical reasons after a change in circumstances.
These guidance notes are for property valuers who have been requested by a Help to Buy equity mortgage borrower to value their property with external cladding.
You can nominate a relative to make decisions about your equity loan on your behalf and be contacted by the equity loan administrator.
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