Help to Buy in The Midlands

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 the-Midlands including Shared Ownership in the-Midlands, please look here for more information.

With Help to Buy in the Midlands, you can make your money go a lot further than you realise. Shared Ownership in the Midlands can also help you get your foot in the door and give you the boost you need in order to fully settle down in your dream home.

Want to find out about the Help to Buy and Shared Ownership homes available in the Midlands? Simply sign up to Share to Buy and register to receive alerts, and we’ll update you when new properties are added to the market.

The Midlands incorporates so many different areas and has so much to offer, that it really can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to the landscapes and attractions that make it such an amazing place to live.

Let’s begin with the East Midlands. Known for cities such as Leicester, Nottingham, and Derby, due to its proximity to London and superb transport links, the East Midlands thrives as an economic hub. Due to this, there are vast educational and employment opportunities which can suit all aspirations, skills, and interests. On top of that, there’s an incredible cultural heritage. This includes the contributions made to art, music, cuisine, theatre and more, all within its boundaries.

Next door, the West Midlands boasts all the natural beauty for which our green and pleasant land is well known, with plenty of parks, gardens and green spaces to enjoy. This area also has a wonderful sense of history and character, which has been formed through centuries of organic development; this gives the county its unique but distinctly British sense of individuality and personality.

This respect for the past can also be seen in its many museums, monuments and historic landmarks, all of which add an intellectual intrigue while peppering the land with wonderful architecture. On top of all this, there’s also the county’s love of art and culture. Its adoration for music can be seen in the likes of Birmingham’s epic Symphony Hall, while its passion for drama is symbolised by the likes of the Birmingham Hippodrome.