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Escape to a bigger home with Help to Buy in Stepps

18th January 2014 Print
Frankfield Loch

Householders who dream of a home with more space can escape to a bigger property by taking advantage of the Government’s Help to Buy (Scotland) scheme and snapping up one of the last five new homes available from Taylor Wimpey at Frankfield Loch in Stepps.

Families will appreciate the need for a home which gives them that essential extra bedroom, while others may long for a bigger kitchen or a house with a garden – so the choice of the last five of the remaining four bedroom family homes at Frankfield Loch in Stepps will impress buyers looking to take a step up the property ladder with a new home that ticks all the boxes.

Audrey Ross, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, says: “A lot of people will be stuck in a rut, wondering how they will ever be able to afford a bigger place, when the introduction of Help To Buy (Scotland) means many purchasers will find they can afford a larger home than they might have previously thought possible.

“For anyone living in a home which is becoming too small for their needs, that extra bit of space can really make all the difference to their everyday lives. The choice of the last few four bedroom homes available right now at our Frankfield Loch development in Stepps will most certainly make dreams of owning a new home become a reality.

“And because we aim to make the process of buying a new home as easy and stress-free as possible, as an alternative to Help to Buy (Scotland), our helpful part-exchange scheme is available to help buyers with their move. Plus purchasers can get their move on track in the New Year and take advantage of our £99 reservation fee for all reservations made by 31 January, 2014.

“I’d urge anyone who dreams of life in a spacious new property to speak to the Sales Executive at Frankfield Loch in Stepps sooner rather than later.”

The Government’s Help to Buy (Scotland) shared equity scheme enables first-time buyers and those looking to move home to purchase their new home for 80% of its full price, including a deposit as low as 5%.

Help to Buy involves a Government loan of up to 20% and is available on new-build homes up to the value of £400,000 in Scotland. There is no salary cap for purchasers taking advantage of the scheme.

All Taylor Wimpey homes are completed to a high standard specification, including energy efficient central heating, double glazing and a fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood and are backed by a two-year warranty and a 10-year guarantee from the National House-Building Council.

Information on Taylor Wimpey at Frankfield Loch is available by visiting Prices for the range of final few four bedroom homes in phase 1 currently start from £209,000.

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