As mortgage interest rates remain low, more and more people are taking the view that putting their money into bricks and mortar could be a better long-term investment than leaving it in a bank account.
First time buyers must hurry if they want to save almost a third off the initial price of a brand new home near Malton.
Househunters keen to move up or onto the property ladder are invited to events across Teesside this weekend (4th February).
Only 8 homes remain at a popular housing development in Linthorpe, Middlesbrough.
Home buyers should act now if they want to snap up a stylish new home that’s easy to manage and efficient to run.
With a Government target to go zero-carbon by 2016, developers are turning up the heat on energy efficiency for new homes customers.
The Government may be promising financial help to upgrade old properties to be more energy efficient, but why not bypass the effort altogether and beat the chill with a brand new home.
A winning combination of great family homes and finance deals is helping a housing development in Linthorpe buck the national trend and enjoy sales success.
With two popular developments soon to sell-out, first time buyers must hurry if they want to snap up an affordable home of their own in the Selby area.
The New Year will see creditworthy homebuyers on Teesside offered the best chance since the start of the credit crunch to buy a new home without a hefty deposit.
Adding a touch of colour and glamour to the show home launch in South Milford was Linden homes’ special guest – celebrity interior designer Linda Barker.
A retired business woman from Whitby has returned to her home town after spending nine years in the Canaries by buying a luxury apartment at Kebbell Homes’ Caedmon’s Prospect development on Chubb Hill.
The festive season is almost upon us and families who act now could be celebrating in a brand new home.
The festive season is almost upon us and families who act now could be celebrating in a brand new home near Selby.
Anyone looking to take their first step on the housing ladder on Teesside may now only need a five per cent cash deposit, thanks to a new scheme which enables them to borrow up to 15 per cent of the cost of the property up front.
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