"Changes to Help to Buy from 2021"
Help to buy
"Housing transactions have hit a plateau, with little prospect of recovering to anything close to 2007 levels. However, these headline figures mask shifting trends about buyer types and where they’re buying"
"With Help to Buy unlikely to last forever, housebuilding must diversify to meet demand. We examine how wider choice can be met, and who has the capacity to deliver"
"We look into the needs of first time buyers as they increase their share in the new homes market"
"In the year to the end of June 2017, there were 1.2 million transactions in the UK housing market, half a million fewer than 10 years ago. This reduction in number is one of the legacies of the credit crunch, but how is it shaping the property market?"