Information for property developer
Registering for Help to Buy
To be able to offer and advertise properties through Help to Buy, you must first be approved by Homes England.
Before you register for Help to Buy
Before registering for the scheme, it is extremely important that you read the Help to Buy participation guidance (opens in a new window) on gov.uk. This document gives an overview of the whole scheme, how to register and the role we play as a Help to Buy agent.
How to register
You will need to fill out this form (opens in a new window) on gov.uk to let us know you wish to register for a Help to Buy account.
Promoting your properties on our website
For Stakeholders please email firstname.lastname@example.org you will be required to sign a data protection declaration before we provide you with a username and password to access our system.
Using the Help to Buy brand
In order to use the Help to Buy logo and imagery, you must follow the official brand guidelines (opens in a new window) on gov.uk. It is important to follow this guidance very closely as the use of this government-approved suite of logos and straplines is closely monitored.
Any advertising found to be contravening the guidance or misleading to consumers is regarded as a contractual breach and ultimately risks suspension of the perpetrator from the scheme.
Frequently asked questions
About Help to Buy schemes
We have published a list of frequently asked questions about how Help to Buy schemes work:
Property developer FAQs
What is the maximum reservation fee?
How long will the equity loan funds take to be released?
Why have I not received any approval documents?
What is the maximum amount of financial incentives the buyer can receive from the builder?
The valuation price of the property has come back less than the builders are selling the property for, can the application still proceed?
If you have been unable to find the answer to your query, please contact us.