Just got this in my email from Nationwide about their First time home buyers and Save to Buy savings and mortgage offer:

We could get you moving
See how Nationwide helps first time buyers
Dear Gav,

When we say we're on the side of the nation's first time buyers, we really mean it. We understand that finding that all important deposit is difficult.

With our Save to Buy savings and mortgage offer you could buy your first home with just a 5% deposit. You just need to open one of our Save to Buy savings accounts and save at least 50 per month for your deposit, for six months or more. You'll earn a competitive interest rate on your savings and up to 1,000 cashback1.

Plus we offer low deposit mortgages that help you buy a home through shared equity and shared ownership schemes.
First Time Buyers' guide
Our free, independent and interactive guide is packed with everything you need to know about buying your first home. With 12 easy-to-follow steps it includes:

a handy jargon-buster

a list of useful contacts of where to go for further advice

a budget planner to help you manage your money
And if you're ready to make the step onto the property ladder then why not consider our current offer:

50% off product fees on any Nationwide 5 year fixed rate mortgage2
This is in addition to our existing product fee discount for first time buyers
meaning that you now only pay 200. A saving of 700 on our standard
product fees.

An upfront 99 non-refundable booking fee applies.

Visit our First Time Buyer pages today and find out more, try our tools and
calculators, and start planning your move.

Our Commitments to First Time Buyers
We're committed to lending to first time buyers

We'll help you learn about mortgages and buying your first home

We'll continue to find ways to help you buy your first home

We'll guide you through the mortgage process

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