First time buyer homes for sale in Kent

Getting a foot on the property ladder has long been regarded as a financially astute move, and first time buyers may be more cautious in these uncertain times, but buying your first home remains high on the list for many young couples and families.

Biddenden Road, Sissinghurst
Little Sumners is a characterful semi-detached period cottage offering scope for modernisation set on the periphery of this popular village * Cranbrook School catchment area * No Onward Chain *. On the market with a guide price of offers in excess of £375,000. Find out more

The latest ONS Property Transactions data shows that levels of transactions are holding firm, clearing the way for a new wave of properties to enter the market in the Spring and provide an anticipated bump in instructions and buyer interest. That, coupled with mortgage rates falling to their lowest point for three months, is helping to ensure that borrowing remains accessible, and transactions can still go ahead in significant numbers up and down the country.

The Maltings, Hadlow
17 The Maltings is a first floor apartment within a handsome Victorian, Grade II listed former malting oast building. The two buildings were converted in the 1980s into apartments. The present owner of No.17, purchased the property as a 2 bedroom and completely remodelled and refurbished it, creating a more spacious, open plan, 1 bedroom flat, finished to a high standard. On the market with a guide price of £250,000. Find out more. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

There is light at the end of the tunnel for first time buyers, and those that are able to save for a deposit can now begin to take advantage of better lending conditions.

Terrys Lodge Road, Wrotham
Yew Barn is a superb, light and spacious barn conversion completed in 2017, with countryside views to the front and rear, only about 30 miles from central London. On the market with a guide price of £550,000. Find out more.

If you're looking for your first home in Kent, our experienced teams across the South East are on hand to guide you through the process. Contact your local branch.