If you’re a first-time buyer and you’re confused about where to save your money, then why not start here! Ivy Rudd is a mortgage advisor and fellow blogger who has given us an excellent talk about the differences between help to buy ISAs and the lifetime ISA.
Even if you AREN’T a first time buyer, there will be someone that you know who would benefit from this, plus, you could use these accounts as a savings account with higher rates than you would get on the high street in other bank accounts. The LISA can also be used as a pension pot.
I won’t give too much more away, I’ll let you settle in and watch this video. Feel free to comment below, and if you have any questions, Ivy is in my Facebook Group Community, so you could ask her in there.
Resources Mentioned In The Video
- What Affects How We Might Search for Our First Home
- First Time Buyer financial checklist
- Home Buying Process
- Types of Mortgage
- How to Apply for a Mortgage
If you would like more tips on how to make savings on your bills, then you could also take a look at this freebie – “Where To Find Savings Checklist“.
We’d love to know your thoughts – why not drop us a comment, or come on over to my Facebook Group and tell us there!
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