Hi, thank you for your question. The vast majority of first time buyer mortgages are specifically for buyers who have never owned a home, however some do allow for buyers who no longer own a property. However, as you will still have a property it is unlikely you will qualify for any first time buyer mortgages.
In any event, this should not preclude you from obtaining a favourable mortgage especially if you instruct a mortgage broker who can source a mortgage from the whole market.
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