The Times - Here’s how I saved £55,000 and bought a home at 24

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Trinity Financial's client Phoebe Walker was interviewed in The Times and used as an example of a growing number of people in their twenties who are bucking the trend when it comes to homeownership.

They are taking advantage of schemes offered by the government, lenders and developers, saving diligently while living with their parents for longer than past generations and choosing not to go to university.

Walker bought her first home, a £272,000 two-bedroom flat in Ware, Hertfordshire, last month aged 24.

Trinity's broker, Luisa Ciccarelli, arranged the mortgage using Nationwide's Helping Hand scheme.

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