With warnings that house prices are due to rise, homebuyers in Lancashire are being urged to cash in on an initiative which could help them save thousands of pounds at two local developments.
Surveyors are reporting the highest sales levels in four years, with a predicted knock on effect on increased values, so developer Rowland Homes say there has never been a better time to buy using the widely proclaimed Help to Buy scheme.
With two developments at carefully chosen locations, Becconsall Gardens in Hesketh Bank and Sycamore Gardens in Leyland, a choice of incentives are making it easier and cheaper for customers to afford their dream home.
In the idyllic location of Becconsall Gardens, in the rural village of Hesketh Bank, a stylish collection of high specification, traditionally built homes are available, with easy access for commuters.
An intimate collection of three and four semi and detached homes are set in a tranquil setting, in a quiet cul-de-sac.
At Sycamore Gardens, in Leyland, there is a selection of properties, ideal for first-time buyers or young families who want more space to grow.
All boasting three or four bedrooms and many with integral garages, the homes are semi and detached. The development is also perfectly placed, within walking distance of the town centre.
Homes at both developments are built to a high specification with ergonomic fitted kitchens, brand-name appliance and bathrooms with pure white sanitary-ware, complemented with chrome fittings.
Now thanks to Rowland Homes, homebuyers can take advantage of the Help to Buy initiative, or part exchange, to secure a property at either development.
Help to Buy enables those who have saved at least a 5% deposit to take out an equity loan from the Government for up to 20% of the purchase price.
This means they only need a 75% mortgage and should be able to access much more competitive interest rates, which would make their mortgage repayments more affordable. It is available to all homebuyers on new homes up to the value of £600,000
Alternatively, if customers want to move into their new home but can’t sell their existing property, the developer can arrange for it to be valued and make a cash offer within a week.
This prevents being caught up in a complicated chain or pricey estate agents fees.
Sue Clark, field sales manager for Rowland Homes, said: “The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors said a large majority of surveyors were expecting house prices to rise after witnessing the highest level of sales in four years.
“So with Help to Buy on offer for a limited time, there has never been a better opportunity to buy at Becconsall Gardens and Sycamore Gardens.
“There is great savings to be made, whether it’s from interest free credit on 20% of the purchase price for five years, or purchasing a property which has brand new fittings with no need for costly refurbishment or maintenance bills.
“Compared to older properties, new homes are far more energy efficient too, so in the longer term homebuyers can save on annual bills as well.”
Interested homebuyers can visit the sales office at the developments at Becconsall Gardens, on Station Road, Hesketh Bank, or alternatively call 0844 875 1319, or visit Sycamore Gardens, on Cleveland Road, Leyland or call 0844 8751333.
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