House buyers in Kent certainly know a good thing when they see it with 80 per cent of the properties at a new development selling before a single brick has been laid.
New data from the Generation Rent Report has found that the proportion of people saving for a deposit has dropped 6% compared to three years ago.
Plans to redevelop the former Orpington Police Station have been approved by the London Borough of Bromley planning committee held on 24th March.
Almost half of buyers at Waterside Reach in Tonbridge have boosted their borrowing power with Help to Buy and this Saturday (April 18) aspiring homeowners will be able to find out more about the scheme.
Fast-moving property-seekers are wasting no time in snapping up the stunning new homes at Taylor Wimpey’s sought-after Bridgefield development in Ashford, Kent – so prospective purchasers are urged to act now and ‘Make It Yours!’
Buyers on the hunt for a stylish new home at Poppy Fields, the latest development by quality house builder David Wilson Homes, will get much more than they bargained for when they visit the site over the Easter weekend.
Buyers searching for the perfect combination of a stylish new home and an affordable price tag need look no further than Blossom Bank in Tonbridge.
Prospective buyers looking for a new home in Dartford should take a look at the exciting collection of homes at Bellway’s newly launched development, Priory Mill.
Discerning home-hunters looking to move out of London to somewhere more affordable yet still incredibly well-connected can do just that at Taylor Wimpey’s The Bridge development in Dartford, Kent.
Mature property-seekers in Kent are being urged to act quickly to stand a chance of securing one of the last remaining homes at Rookery Court, Taylor Wimpey’s exclusive gated community in Marden.
Leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey is set to unveil the first selection of high-quality homes at its new Langley Park development in Maidstone, Kent.
Leading housebuilder Barratt Homes has announced plans to bring its five star quality to Kent, previewing four of its coming soon developments this weekend.
In 2010 the UK’s second steppers choice of new home was a three bed semi-detached house, but according to recent research by Lloyds Bank, buyers are looking to get more for their money and plan for the future, by skipping the second step and heading straight for a four bedroom detached property, outside of the city.
Aspirations of village living could come true for Kent homeowners with a visit to Saxon Woods in Hamstreet this Saturday (January 17).
A new mortgage product which reduces homeowners’ monthly repayments in the first four months has been made available exclusively to purchasers of a brand new Redrow home.
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