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A fair few Fairview homes reserved with Help to Buy

25th October 2013 Print
The Oxford at Fairview Green

Taylor Wimpey is reporting surging demand at its Fairview Green development in Bradford due to the strong uptake of government-backed Help to Buy.

The development of two, three and four bedroom homes in rural Pudsey has reported healthy sales since the start of the year.

With many more enquiries signalling continued interest – prospective buyers are urged to act quickly to ensure they don’t miss out.

Anne Bagshaw, sales and marketing director, Taylor Wimpey Yorkshire is thrilled with the scheme’s success.

She said: “With so many people struggling to get a foothold on the property ladder, Help to Buy is offering a vital leg-up and launching first-time buyers, couples, families and upsizers alike into beautiful, spacious homes they may previously have thought unattainable.”

Through Help to Buy, house-hunters are able to reserve a home worth up to £600,000 with just five per cent deposit. Thanks to a government equity loan of up to 20 per cent, buyers then only require a 75 per cent loan to value mortgage.

With easy access to both Leeds and Bradford, an impressive choice of two to four bedroom apartments and prices starting at just £89,995 – buyers can reserve with a deposit of as little as £5,000.

Anne concludes: “The quality of the homes and excellent location combine with affordability to make Fairview Green an extremely desirable place to live. I would urge anybody interested in the development to act now and arrange an appointment with the sales team while there are still several styles of home to choose from.”

For further information about the properties and financial schemes available at Fairview Green, visit

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