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New homes boost as leading builder opens in Kent

16th January 2015 Print

Leading housebuilder Barratt Homes has announced plans to bring its five star quality to Kent, previewing four of its coming soon developments this weekend.

The housebuilder will be unveiling the award-winning brand at Bluewater where it will be showcasing the qualities of buying a new home and unveiling more details of its forthcoming developments.

In an exciting move, Barratt Homes is set to bring a wide range of home styles to the county and is already experiencing high levels of interest in its properties ahead of developments opening. To meet demand it is currently selling off plan its Dartford Phoenix Quarter development, where two, three and four bedroom homes are being built.

In addition, potential homebuyers will be able to preview Barratt Homes’ Aylesham Village development of two, three and four bedroom homes while its contemporary designed apartments and houses at Tower Hill in Erith, located in Zone 5, will provide the perfect solution for commuters looking to purchase a new home.

For potential homeowners looking for coastal living, Martello Lakes in Hythe will offer a select development of traditional homes in an ideal location near to the main town of Ashford.

Pam Reardon, sales and marketing director at Barratt Homes said: "Interest in the Barratt brand and these new homes has been high since we first announced our plans for Kent and our interactive stand at Bluewater will give potential buyers a real insight into the homes planned ahead of the showhome launches. This event will be the perfect opportunity for people to register their details, be kept up-to-date, and invited to launches."

Pam said the new developments weren't the only piece of good news for people in Kent in 2015. She said: "The really great news this year is the continuation of Help to Buy Equity mortgages, which means first time buyers and those moving up the housing ladder can get moving with just a five per cent deposit, a 20 per cent equity loan, and a 75 per cent mortgage, yet own 100% of their own home."