First Time Buyers
It's extremely daunting buying your first property, especially if you do not understand the complex house buying process and what is involved. Therefore, Levana Finance appreciates that and will hold your hand and guide you through the whole process and beyond, ensuring you are knowledgeable and understand everything.

As a First Time Buyer it may be you are looking for your first home to reside in or your first time investment property making you a first time buyer and a first time landlord.

However, not knowing what you need can keep putting your plans of buying on hold. So in simple terms, Levana Finance will arrange a first appointment with you to discuss what you are looking to do, how much deposit you have, where you are looking to buy, if you have already got a property in mind.

You will need to bring these originals with you to the appointment:
  • Passport
  • Foreign National Card/Visa if Foreign National
  • Utility Bill dated within the last 3 months
  • Last 3 months Payslips and P60 (if employed)
  • Last 3 years SA302s and Accounts (if self employed)
  • Last 3 months bank statements of all current accounts
  • Proof of deposit 
That's usually all we need.

During the first appointment, Levana Finance will:

  • Get to know your scenerio
  • Give you information about different types of mortgage products, mortgage types etc...
  • Go through a thorough fact-find about you, your finances, your earnings etc...
  • Go through expected fees you will incur such as approximate stamp duty, legal fees etc...
  • Give you knowledge about the different types of valuations
  • Give you basic information about the whole legal process
  • Go through a thorough fact-find about you, your finances, your earnings etc...
  • Go through any Protection needs
  • Answer any questions
Levana Finance thrives to ensure it's clients are well looked after and become knowledgeable about the process through the process, so you can rest assure you are in safe hands.

ENQUIRE NOW​​​ or contact us on 0203 289 4981.

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