As one of the area’s largest Independent Mortgage Firms, Mortgage Required are delighted to announce we will be exhibiting at Berkshire’s biggest Help to Buy’ Home Show on Saturday 8 April.

Help to Buy South is the government’s Help to Buy agent covering Hampshire, Berkshire, Somerset, Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire. Appointed by government to implement their shared equity schemes, Help to Buy South’s Berkshire Show will be a great place to find out what’s on offer. Whether you have owned a home before or you are a first time buyer, there is something available to suit.

The show, to take place at Rivermead Leisure Complex, Reading is FREE to anyone interested in finding out more about the Help to Buy schemes on offer. We’ll be attending alongside a variety of housebuilders and Housing Associations so there has never been a better opportunity to see what is on offer and what you can afford, all in the same place.

Mortgage Required is perfectly placed to advise you on what is best for you. A wide variety of mortgage products are available to consider in conjunction with help to buy options to suit your circumstances and needs.

The show is open from 10am on Saturday 8 April. Car parking is free - just make sure you enter your registration details when you arrive. For more details of Berkshire’s Biggest Help to Buy Show click here. Feel free to drop in and see us for a tea or coffee, or if you’d prefer, call us to make an appointment.

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There will be no fee for Mortgage Advice. There may be a fee for arranging a mortgage. The precise amount will depend upon your circumstances, but we estimate it to be £399.

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