The house builder is offering specialist help and advice to first time buyers trying to get onto the property ladder in Bedfordshire.
Barratt is inviting prospective first time buyers to take a look at its affordable new homes.
Greenkeepers Mews in Biddenham and De Balliol Chase in Kempston may see a wave of first time buyers interested in affordable homes in Bedfordshire.
Paul Walker, sales director for Barratt's Northampton office, said: "Buying a home for the first time can seem like a daunting task, but it really doesn't have to be.
"We have a range of services that are ideal for first time buyers."
The FirstBuy Direct scheme and the house builder's Head Start payment deferral service help buyers struggling to raise a deposit.
In addition, Barratt offers a loan scheme with Hitachi Capital, allowing parents to help their children to secure a new home.
Alternatively, Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks recently launched the Regular Home Saver, designed to help homebuyers build a deposit to secure their place on the property ladder.
House hunters are required to make monthly deposits of £200, and will earn interest in line with the Bank of England base rate.
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