More than a third of Redrow customers have used Help to Buy to make buying a new home easier to afford and this weekend buyers in Sittingbourne can get a taster of the valuable incentive’s benefits.
Hot on the heels of a showhome opening in Hamstreet buyers are being given the chance to view properties under construction.
Homebuyers in search of their perfect property in Dartford, Kent, can now secure a spacious three-bedroom apartment with a low deposit under the Government’s newly-launched Help to Buy II initiative at Taylor Wimpey’s The Bridge.
With only one in five purchasers at St Andrews Park, in Halling currently using Help to Buy to cut the cost of homeownership, Redrow is keen to ensure buyers don’t miss out on the valuable incentive.
Families wishing to purchase homes close to one another should look no further than Taylor Wimpey’s Rookery Court and Saxon Mead developments in Kent, which are only three miles apart!
According to the Knight Frank Waterfront Index research, prime waterfront properties are worth 60% more than properties with similar features located inland.
Fast-acting buyers are seizing the opportunity to purchase their dream home at Mariners Place, Taylor Wimpey’s highly-desirable development in Lower Upnor, Kent.
According to research by the Kingfisher European Home Report on attitudes to home improvement, more than 77% of those surveyed said their current homes needs adapting to changing family needs. It was also revealed that 22% of householders said they needed to create more space, whilst 46% said they would like a home office.
According to Nationwide’s House Price Index , fewer than 20% of properties in Bexley are within 500 metres of a train station.
Leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has unveiled a fresh collection of fabulous new homes at The Willows at Bridgefield in Ashford to meet continuing demand.
Savvy house-hunters will have to hurry if they’re hoping to snap up one of the last remaining plots at Taylor Wimpey’s Wyatt Grove development in Maidstone, Kent.
New build homes built to current regulations could see purchasers save up to 57%, or £1,400 a year, on gas and electricity costs as opposed to running an “upgraded” Victorian property according to analysis by the National House-Building Council (NHBC) and Zero Carbon Hub.
Leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has responded to huge interest in its popular Hayle Park development in Maidstone by announcing the release of new five and six-bedroom homes.
Would-be new homeowners are invited to a special event to find out how Help to Buy could make owning a waterside apartment in Tonbridge easier to afford.
Homeowners are being urged to go the whole hog and part exchange their current property for a brand new home in Halling.
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