Buying your first home together is such a mile stone moment for any relationship and provides you with a property in which you can create, enjoy and share memories that last a lifetime
Moving in together can be such a pleasant and joyous experience and, let’s be honest; it can also be extremely scary! You will, however, know when you are ready to buy your first home together and this will come naturally. It may be that you have rented together for a while and therefore are already aware of each others’ bad habits or you may have decided to move in together during lockdown and now feel the time is right to buy.
Once you have moved in together you will realise that sometimes you do need your own space; so finding that perfect house where you can combine easy living with your partners needs is important.
We’ll be on hand to help find you your perfect property; making you both feel comfortable in your dream home.
You also need to discuss other topics, such as managing your finances together; buying a house as a couple is a joint responsibility and each person should be aware of what payments are expected each month. You should also consider setting up a joint bank account in which you both contribute to each month as paying bills through direct debit can make it much easier to keep control of.
Top Tip: put an extra £50 each away in your joint account and after a year you will have a lovely holiday fund. It is also wise to have both names listed on any utility bills as some companies are unable to help with any problems unless your name is stated on the account for confidential purposes.
Finding a property.
When choosing and looking for your dream property you should decide whether it will be used as a step onto the property ladder or if it will become a family home later on down the line. If you want a family home, then think about the amount of space you will have and compare it to the amount of space you may actually need.
Other things to think about when buying your first property together:
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