Move fast to secure your FirstBuy in Northamptonshire
Bloor Homes highlights: Prospective homeowners will need 86 times more cash to pay for a house now than they did when Queen Elizabeth II was crowned’, according to HSBC. With these staggering figures it is no wonder why FirstBuy has been a popular option for many struggling to get on the property ladder in Northamptonshire.
FirstBuy has enabled those who have a household income less than £60,000 per year to finance their own property. Purchasing a first home is a daunting prospect for some and often thought as a privilege, and therefore rent is the only option. However, in Northamptonshire, Bloor Homes makes it attainable for anyone wanting to take advantage of the Government Scheme, enabling first-time buyers to purchase a property for less.
The scheme has proved so popular at The Lanterns in Irthlingborough that time is running out to get a FirstBuy property at this much sought after location. The development consists of 3 and 4 bedroom modern and well-proportioned homes which have been completed to a very high specification. They include solar panels, wardrobes to the master bedroom and spotlights to the kitchen, ensuite and bathroom.
The Marford Housetype is a perfect example of how the Bloor development can help FirstBuy owners. Prices start from £127,950 but with FirstBuy, purchasers can secure a property for 20% less at £102,360! This popular and spacious two bedroom home features an entrance hall and cloak room, leading to a spacious lounge, an open plan kitchen/dining area, with French doors leading out to the rear garden. The first floor consists of two bedrooms and a bathroom, with the master bedroom benefitting from ensuite facilities. The property also boasts an energy efficiency rating of 81%, with an enviable location close to road and rail links, recreational opportunities, schools and fantastic local facilities.
Irthlingborough, with its wonderful community spirit, is a town that can provide for every day needs with a supermarket and local independent shops, while nearby Wellingborough caters for those looking for high street brands. For the sporting enthusiast the stadium is home to a range of facilities and activities and there is a great golf studio and study centre for school children.
Located midway between London and Birmingham, East Northamptonshire is central, well connected and cost effective. Kettering, Rushden, Corby and Wellingborough offer excellent road and rail links with St Pancras just 50 minutes away. The A14/45 and M1/M6 provide easy access to many of the major cities.