Starter homes from just £56,760 at The Deck
First time buyers struggling to get on the property ladder are getting a helping hand from Taylor Wimpey at The Deck in Runcorn where properties are now available from just £56,760 when bought under the FirstBuy* scheme.
Those currently stuck in rented accommodation may now find it is cheaper to buy, with mortgage repayments as low as £231 per month*. And with only a 5% deposit required, buyers could secure their dream home with a deposit of just £3,548.
FirstBuy works through a joint loan of 20% from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and Taylor Wimpey, which means that eligible purchasers only need to pay a 5% deposit and obtain a 75% loan-to-value mortgage. The loan is repayable at the end of the mortgage term or when the property is sold. To be eligible, purchasers must be first time buyers and the total household earning should be less than £60,000.
David Hnyda, regional sales manager for Taylor Wimpey North West, said: “We’re delighted to be able offer FirstBuy on apartments at The Deck, making them incredible value for money and putting the dream of home ownership within the reach of so many more local buyers. Apartments here have proved extremely popular due to the development’s striking design, enviable waterfront location and close proximity to Runcorn.
“In fact, we are now down to the last 11 properties in this phase so we would urge anyone interested to visit sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment.”
The Deck is a collection of modern one and two bedroom apartments, all with parking, designed as if moored on the quayside of the River Mersey. Ideal for first time buyers, young professionals and investors alike, the development is located near to the centre of the old town, with good access to shops, leisure facilities and transport links. Liverpool, Manchester and Chester are all within easy reach.
Visit taylorwimpey.co.uk for further information.
*Subject to affordability and circumstances on selected plots only.Terms and conditions apply and full details will be provided on request. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage