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Secure a dream home in West Yorkshire in summer 2014 with Help to Buy

11th January 2014 Print
Linden Homes

With Christmas over and a return to work and school – for many people, the New Year is the time to start thinking seriously about moving home.

And with a range of incentives that will help to curb the cost of moving (even after the expense of Christmas) now is the perfect time to start on the journey to a dream home.

Savvy customers can see numerous benefits of snapping up a brand new home from the drawing board, often before the first bricks are laid.

This is something that Linden Homes has experienced on a growing scale over the past 12 months, with home hunters recognising the many advantages that beating the rush and reserving from plan can offer.

Sales director Steve Woomble said: "We are already seeing the green shoots of 2014 emerging, with a number of home hunters in West Yorkshire looking ahead to the summer - and the prospect of a brand new property."

With early interest and the first home sold from plan at our new Silcoates Gate development in Wrenthorpe, there is plenty to choose from when it comes to ticking the design, lifestyle and style boxes.

A fantastic commuting retreat, just a stone’s throw from Wakefield and less than an hour from York and around 20 minutes from Leeds, the self-sufficient village of Wrenthorpe is the attractive setting for the award-winning developer’s latest intimate and exclusive development.

A wonderful selection of 14 carefully designed four-bedroom and five-bedroom homes will make up the development, with Help to Buy available at the Silcoates Gate to help ease the process.

The first homes are due for completion in June /July 2014.

And by reserving from plan, customers will also have the chance to reap the further benefits of buying a new home over a second hand one. These include:

Selecting their best plot position
Personalising their home by choosing their preferred bathroom tiles and kitchen units
Offering more time to save towards furniture and carpets
Securing a new home at today’s price in a rising market
Taking advantage of the low interest rates on current mortgages.
Schemes available now for five per cent deposits, these may become limited.
Lower utility bills, better sound proofing and reduced maintenance bills that new homes can offer.
New materials used in the construction process also mean that new homes are more energy efficient than their older counterparts
A 10-year National House Building Council (NHBC) protection

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