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Budget 2013: Housebuilders' shares soar as Osborne promises billions


The “Help to Buy” scheme, which follows in the footsteps of Margaret Thatcher’s “Right to Buy” programme, was lauded by builders which said the Chancellor had “turbo-charged” existing initiatives to stimulate the housing market.

The Government is proposing to provide enough guarantees to support £130bn of mortgages for families struggling to raise a deposit, and will commit a further £3.5bn to shared equity loans to buy new-build homes.

“Help to Buy is a dramatic intervention to get our housing market moving,” Mr Osborne said. “For newly built housing, government will put up a fifth of the cost, and for anyone who can afford a mortgage but can’t afford a big deposit, our mortgage guarantee will help you buy your own home.”

The proposals sent shares in Barratt Developments up 7pc, Taylor Wimpey 6pc higher, and Persimmon climbed 4pc as the market anticipated a boost to sales.

Pete Redfern, chief executive of Taylor Wimpey, said: “The measures announced are great news for those moving on to the housing ladder and for those moving up it, and will help homebuilders get Britain building. They will help current owners and add a welcome vibrancy to both the new and second hand market over the next three years.”

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