Our branches often offer FREE OPEN DAYS, designed to help you take your first step onto the property ladder.
The events, organised in conjunction with our independent mortgage advisors, will provide helpful information for anyone new to the property market.
Dates and times of some open days may vary from branch to branch. Please contact us to find out the next Open Day that is happening at your nearest branch.
Come and enjoy a glass of wine and nibbles with our expert estate agents and mortgage advisors, who will be on hand to:
- answer any questions you may have on the complex home buying process
- offer excellent advice on all aspects of home hunting
- discuss the best mortgage to suit your requirements
- provide top tips on hunting out a property bargain
- give you the low down on local area information from the people in the know!
These open days will prove invaluable to anyone thinking of buying their first property, so what have you got to lose?
Tap into the advice of local property professionals, and move one step closer to owning your very own home. We look forward to welcoming you.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Our typical fee for arranging your mortgage is £495. However, depending on your circumstances some or all of this fee may be waived.
Request a Valuation
Here, at Next Homes, we offer free valuations of your current property. Just get in touch with us to arrange your free valuation, to find out about mortgages or if you simply want to speak to a member of branch staff.
Help to Buy Scotland
The Help to Buy Scotland scheme is designed to help buyers purchase a new build property that they otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford.
Area Guides from Next Home
We believe that by providing local property intelligence we can help you make more informed decisions when dealing with the local property market. Though if you do have any questions about any local area, please contact us on 01738 44 43 42.
Next Home (Scotland) Limited undertakes credit broking and is not a lender.