Property-seekers hunting for their dream home in Kent can now experience a taste of life at Taylor Wimpey’s Shorncliffe Heights at St Martin’s Plain development in Folkestone.
Over 81,000 properties have been purchased using Help to Buy since its launch in 2013; 81% of which were bought by first time buyers.
With the average property price in Kent having risen to nearly £300,000, more than 10 times the county’s average wage, it is no wonder that first time buyers are struggling to find their feet on the property ladder in this area.
Discerning property-seekers will soon find it a whole lot easier to picture themselves living in a brand new family-size home at Taylor Wimpey’s The Limes at Leybourne Chase development in Leybourne, near West Malling, Kent.
Budding second steppers have faced some tough challenges in recent years, with many unable to move from their first homes, particularly those in the Capital.
Solar power installations have surged in the UK over the past two years, driven by incentives and falling costs, according to Carbon Brief.
Savvy home-hunters can get their stamp duty bill paid for them if they act quickly enough to reserve selected family-size homes at Taylor Wimpey’s Langley Park development in Maidstone, Kent.
Taylor Wimpey is offering an unmissable opportunity to three fast-acting homebuyers in Kent – with three sensational showhomes now for sale at Bridgefield in Ashford!
Quick-off-the-mark home-hunters can grab a great deal on a brand new property at Taylor Wimpey’s Lyons Gate development in the village of Aldington, Kent.
Young adults in Britain rank owning their own home as their number one life ambition, according to a recent survey from Yorkshire Building Society, with more than two-thirds believing that it was crucial to their life success, as well as an important source of social and financial security.
House hunters working in London can save £3,000 on their new home, for every minute of commuting outside of the capital, according to new research by Savills.
Charles Church South East has submitted its planning application to build 180 homes on the edge of Cranbrook, sparking a period of public consultation on a scheme which the developer describes as ‘positive for the area’.
As The Coppice in Maidstone blossoms into a lovely neighbourhood, buyers are being urged not to let the grass grow under their feet.
The eagerly-awaited next phase of island homes at St Mary’s Island, the new community created by award-winning developer Countryside and the Homes and Communities Agency, have started selling off-plan with a number of reservations already been taken.
Buyers in Kent will need to move quickly if they want to secure themselves a dream home at Ward Homes’ Blossom Bank development. The new community has almost completely sold out, with just two houses and a few apartments remaining.
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