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When property prices are rising it can feel like you’re getting left behind. When buying a house, saving for your first home deposit can seem like a never-ending task. But worry not, we’ve pulled together the following information to help you consider options to help you save for a home loan deposit.
Although you'll need to put a deposit towards a property (unless you're refinancing in certain circumstances), some lenders do offer mortgages starting with as little as a 5% deposit. This is usually the minimum you'll need to contribute towards a property, however you'll have more loan options when you save up a 10% or 20%+ deposit.
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