Q. How much savings can I have to be eligible to be on the register?
A. This is dependent on the scheme you considering or/and the purchase area. We consider the maximum purchase price by assessing each individually and follow Welsh Government figures - 5% max purchase price, and 3.5 income / Joint income.
Q. Homebuy Scheme maximum purchase price ?
A. The Welsh Government states what the purchase price will be for every area. The Tai Teg team will use this guidance when assessing the purchase of a Home Buy property.
Q. After I have been approved and placed on the register, how can I apply for a property?
A. After you are approved by Tai Teg and placed on the register you can then visit the Find a Home’ page and search for suitable for properties. The eligibility criteria for the property will be noted on the marketing details. Once the property closing has been we will create shortlist. See Tai Teg Process Tab on our web-site for more information on shortlist process and documents required.
Q. Partner / Spouse on application
A. If you have a partner / spouse you must complete them as a “joint applicant”, and not under “Add another Family Member”
Q Why do I have to pay and fee of £75.00?
A. The fee is for the administration and assessment work carried out by Tai Teg (financial and local connection assessment) for you to be considered for a property. The fee of £75 is payable at the start of the process when applying for a property, and we will not be able to start the assessment process if payment is not received
Jargon Buster :
These are some of the terms and common words that you are likely to come across on our website and in the process of your application. Please use this to help you better understand these common words and phrases. A useful list for anyone looking to purchase a property via Tai Teg.
A blanket term for Not for profit organisations that have the aim of making homes available and affordable for all.
Housing built by Housing Associations or Registered Providers, with subsidies from the Government.
Gross income refers to the total amount earned before taxes and other deductions, just like annual salary.
Net income refers to your income following deductions, i.e tax and National Insurance payments.
This is a written estimate from a mortgage lender, giving you an indication of how much money you can borrow.
The finalising of the sale when all the monies are passed over and the buyer has the legal right to take ownership of the property.
The value of the property less any money that you owe that is secured against it.
A section 106 agreement is an agreement between a developer and a local planning authority about measures that the developer must take to reduce their impact on the community.
If you need help filling out any part of your application then please feel free to contact us on any of the details below:
Phone: 03456 015 605
Or alternatively, you can visit our help pages to find out more.