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Property Market in Ipswich

Ipswich has seen a huge property growth and is described as a property hotspot thanks to the rise in house prices. There is a shortage of stock coming to the market, but the lower end of the market, for first-time buyers, is increasing. With good road and rail links to London, it creates great attraction to the town. The low crime rate and low unemployment rate also makes Ipswich an appealing place to live. 

Most property sales last year involved semi-detached properties which sold on average for £211,152. Properties in Ipswich have seen a 10% increase in the past year making the overall average house price in Ipswich currently £207,964.

Ipswich Mortgage Advice

For mortgage advice in Ipswich, contact Nicola Arbon our mortgage specialist. Whether you're a first time buyer, interested in remortgaging or considering a buy to let, contact The Mortgage Hut Ipswich for all the mortgage and insurance advice you need. 
Nicola Arbon

Nicola Arbon

Managing Director

Nicola has over 12 years of experience working in high street banking and has recently joined The Mortgage Hut team. She has a great passion for reliable customer service and her previous experience allows her to apply this to her role as a mortgage adviser. Outside of work Nicola enjoys travelling and spending time with her family.

First Time Buyer Mortgages in Ipswich

The Mortgage Hut in Ipswich are experts at giving help and advice for first time buyers who may have little experience of the property market. Speaking to a friendly, qualified mortgage adviser from a mortgage broker such as The Mortgage Hut, is a great way to get all the help you need when purchasing your first property. 

First time buyers usually have a lower deposit and are often penalised for this by lenders that have higher rates and fees. The Mortgage Hut can help you fully understand your options and help take that first step on the property ladder.

Help to Buy Ipswich

Ipswich offers a range of new build houses and flats that are available on the Government's Help to Buy scheme. If you are eligible, you could purchase a new home with just a 5% deposit by using an equity loan or mortgage guarantee from the government. 

Another option for those unable to borrow a large amount is a shared ownership. By purchasing a share between 25% and 75% of a new build property, you can then purchase further shares later down the line when you can afford it.

Remortgage Ipswich

Remortgaging your home involves switching to a new lender or getting a better deal with your existing lender. It is possible that by changing to a new lender with a better deal could reduce the interest rate you are currently paying, and therefore reduce your monthly repayments. 

If you are on a Standard Variable Rate (SVR) or only have a few months left on your fixed rate deal, it is the perfect time to start looking at new options. The Mortgage Hut have access to over 90 lenders with over 11,000 products that are not available on the high street.


Remortgaging your home to release some of its equity could help fund home improvements. If you have already paid off a large chunk of your mortgage or your home has increased in value, this could be an option for you. The Mortgage Hut Ipswich can help you if you are interested in finding out about remortgaging to release money from your property. 

Buy to Let Ipswich

Ipswich offers great potential for those looking to invest in a buy to let property with a range of affordable flats and houses. Buy to Let mortgages are designed for those purchasing a property to rent out, looking for a medium to long term investment. 

The Mortgage Hut can assist you with help and advice when trying to secure a suitable buy to let mortgage. From experience landlords with a large portfolio to those looking for their first buy to let, see how you can make the most from your investment. 

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