Help to Buy Properties in Maidstone
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 Maidstone including Shared Ownership in Maidstone, please look here for more information.
For first time buyers, it can often feel like owning a home is beyond their reach. With Help to Buy homes in Maidstone, it doesn’t have to be that way, providing them with an alternative route onto the property ladder. The same can be said of Shared Ownership in Maidstone, which provides the opportunity for people to make their home ownership dreams a reality in a location they love.
If Help to Buy and Shared Ownership in Maidstone are something that you would be interested in, all you need to do is sign up to Share to Buy and register to receive alerts. That way, we can send you automatic updates when new properties become available in your desired area.
There is a twee sense of Britishness about Maidstone which makes it feel rather petite, quaint and charming – despite being one of the largest towns in Kent. Residents get the best of living in a picturesque village alongside all the conveniences of living in a large town. That is due to being part of Kent’s forward-thinking culture, despite having a distinct personality of history preservation – Maidstone is always looking to the future just as much as it admires the past.
Maidstone is also a town of culture, as seen through its three fantastic theatres: the Hazlitt Theatre, The Corn Exchange (now known as The Exchange Studio) and The Hermitage Millennium Amphitheatre. Alongside this, the town has its very own art museum, the speciality Teapot Island museum, alongside amazing historical sites such as Leeds Museum to explore. Of course, if you have a preference of simpler things in life, you can also wander around one of the many wonderful parks or enjoy a refreshing pint in its countless great, traditional pubs.