Discerning buyers across the East Midlands have been snapping up the chance to get ‘Help to Buy’ a brand new home with leading housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.
Househunters looking to buy into the dream of village life have just a handful of chances left on a charming and select development in Northamptonshire.
Discerning house hunters looking for style and quality are in for a treat as work officially gets underway to build a luxury residential development in Nassington.
Discerning property-seekers in Northamptonshire will soon be able to take advantage of an exciting opportunity to find their dream home at Countess Manor, Taylor Wimpey’s development of new homes in the village of Moulton.
The doors to three new show homes on the site of what was once a Middle Iron Age village in Barton Seagrave open this weekend (May 18 & 19).
With properties only needing the finishing touches to transform a house into a home and the chance to win the latest touch screen technology, a visit to Harmans Chase is a must for homebuyers in Weedon Bec.
Jelson Homes has recently launched a brand-new view home at its Vale Meadows development in Oakley Vale to help buyers picture what it could be like to live in such a sought-after location.
Barratt Homes is urging homebuyers in Northampton to take action to get mortgage fit and avoid missing out on the ‘Help to Buy’ scheme, announced in the 2013 Budget, which is set to slash the cost of buying a new home to a five year low.
Charles Church East Midlands has welcomed the decision to grant planning permission for a new residential development in Nassington.
Demand is expected to be high for an exclusive Northamptonshire village development of new homes in Brixworth from a leading luxury housebuilder, due to open next month.
First time buyers have the perfect opportunity to secure a new home this Easter weekend at The Lanterns in Irthlingborough. With the FirstBuy initiative, buyers can secure a brand new two bedroom home for just £110,500.
Taylor Wimpey’s Part Exchange scheme is available at the Apple Blossom Crescent development – making it easy for existing homeowners to upgrade to a new property in Northampton.
With new homes soon to occupy the site of a Middle Iron Age village in Barton Seagrave potential purchasers are being invited to register their interest in the properties.
Love really does make you wealthier, as couples are £1224 better off a year compared to single people living alone. That means cohabiting partners have an extra £102 per month to add to their savings or to spend on luxury items.
First time buyers in Northampton are being given the chance to move in to a brand new David Wilson home at Tavener Fields in Northampton with a deposit of just £6,000 thanks to the Government-backed scheme, FirstBuy.
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