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Maybe HSBC are more stringently checking applications to annoy any new customers who want to get the free money and then immediately leave. It's a way of testing your patience! Maybe HSBC is thinking, if anyone wanting to open a Advance account is doing it because they want the account, and the extr...

It even states it on the official "Help To Buy ISA" website: Who is eligible? To qualify for a Help to Buy: ISA you must: be 16 or over have a valid National Insurance number be a UK resident be a first time buyer, and not own a property anywhere in the world not have another active cash I...

I think the answer is no. Taken from Halifax website: To open a Help to Buy: ISA you must be 16 or over. You must be resident in the UK for tax purposes. Please note you must be 18 or over to be considered for a mortgage. You must be a first time buyer. This means you must not have owned in full, or...

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