Help to Buy Properties in Essex

Please note that the Help to Buy equity loan closed to new applicants on October 31st, 2022. There are still alternatives to Help to Buy in Essex including Shared Ownership in Essex, please look here for more information.

For first time buyers who believe that purchasing their own home is out of reach, Help to Buy homes in Essex can help them to take those vital first steps onto the property ladder. Shared Ownership homes in Essex can also help potential purchasers to put down roots in an area they love, and finally find a place to call their own.

If you want to keep up to date with Help to Buy and Shared Ownership homes in Essex, all you have to do is sign up to Share to Buy and register to receive alerts. We’ll then automatically notify you when new properties become available.

Essex is perfectly nestled within the London commuter belt, therefore provides many benefits of living in the capital without the London prices. However, Essex is so much more than this. It is home to several speciality museums including Hollytrees and Chelmsford Museum, which stand proudly alongside a vast choice of theatres, grand and intimate live music venues and some truly breath-taking architectural wonders from across all periods.

For the thrill-seekers, Essex is home to a number of amusement parks and seaside arcades, alongside various parks and Colchester Zoo for the nature lovers. You also can’t forget its large choice of seaside towns, from Canvey Island to Frinton-on-Sea.

Essex’s love affair with sports has produced world-class athletes across several sporting disciplines, and it doesn’t come as a surprise. The county has two football teams, a speedway team, an ice hockey team, a cricket club, a volleyball club and much more. You can even spend a day at the races thanks to the county’s excellent racing venue: Chelmsford City Races.