New homes at The Limes in Coxhoe, close to Durham city, are proving popular with young families and professionals.
It’s open house this Bank Holiday weekend (24 – 26 May) at Burton Woods in Spennymoor, where Barratt North East has some tempting deals on a trio of family homes which are ready to move into.
Three is the magic number at Vivo in Stockton-on-Tees, where home buyers looking to move up the property ladder can find a three-bedroom home to suit their lifestyle.
Local homebuyers have been taking the opportunity to snap up a brand new home through the Government’s ‘Help to Buy’ equity loan scheme.
Taylor Wimpey’s Durham Gate development is reporting strong demand from Thinford househunters, thanks to the superb range of spacious three and four bedroom designs.
North East homebuyers have been taking the opportunity to snap up a brand new home through the Government’s ‘Help to Buy’ equity loan scheme.
Househunters are being encouraged to don their wellies and step out to visit an exclusive development in Durham where only 22 homes will be built.
A well-presented three-bedroom home, ideally suited to first-time buyers or a growing family, is ready to move into at Meadow Rise in Stockton.
As St Valentine’s Day comes around, Barratt Homes is inviting first-time buyers to fall in love with a new home at The Elms in Norton Village this weekend (15 / 16 February).
Lovell and sister company, Muse Developments, are making home ownership an achievable aspiration for buyers in Stockton by introducing the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme at riverside development Vivo.
Home owners looking to take their second step on the property ladder have seen affordability improve in the past twelve months as more mortgages products become available.
Barratt Homes North East has announced that it will start work on four new developments in Newcastle, Durham and Burnopfield over the next six months.
Barratt Homes has a selection of three-bedroom family homes from its new County Range available through the Government’s Help to Buy scheme at The Elms in Norton Village.
When housebuilders are nearing the end of a development, buyers can often snap up some tempting deals on the last few homes left for sale.
A leading builder is to create a new housing development in a south Durham town on the site of a derelict pub which has now been demolished.
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