I regret using a first-time buyer scheme, it has cost me thousands
Why should anyone trust the Conservatives on housing after 13 years of housing policy failure?
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is considering reforms to individual savings accounts (ISAs) in the upcoming Autumn Statement, alongside a slew of other proposals aimed at helping first-time buyers, The Times reported.
It is yet another announcement being lined up by the Conservative Party on housing affordability. You could be forgiven for thinking it’s Groundhog Day – only despite the announcements, every day doesn’t stay the same. It gets worse instead, with a seemingly inexorable rise in house prices, rents and deposit requirements pulling ownership further and further out of reach.
As someone who’s been shafted by the Conservatives’ Lifetime ISA product, I have a word of advice – don’t touch these poisoned promises with a barge pole. Why should anyone trust the Conservatives on housing after 13 years of housing policy failure…
To read this full article on how the Lifetime ISA, a product designed to help people like me get on the first rung of the housing ladder, will end up costing me thousands of pounds, please visit i News using the link here: https://inews.co.uk/opinion/regret-first-time-buyer-scheme-2704393