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Looking for more room for your family? Our bright, spacious homes are built to give you the best of everything, from lovely green spaces to great schools nearby.

Read below to learn why now’s a great time to make your move...

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Property values have been going up

The demand for property in the UK continues to outstrip supply. The average house in Britain will be worth £220,000 this year - up £9,000 on 20162 - which, combined with the low cost of borrowing, could make buying an additional property not only more affordable, but also a great investment for the future. 



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Competitive mortgage rates

With lenders competing in the marketplace, mortgage rates remain competitive.

  • Less expensive borrowing costs mean that lenders are able to offer lower rate mortgages.
  • And, if you fix your mortgage repayments you’ve got the added reassurance of knowing what your repayments will be.

Take at look at our handy Home Buying Guide for help navigating the home-buying process.

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There’s more choice of mortgages

In recent years, many more mortgages have come onto the market for buyers with smaller deposits. This has made it easier for people to buy the home they’ve always wanted. With competition between lenders still fierce and interest rates remaining low, this trend seems set to continue. We’ve created a handy step-by-step to prepare for your mortgage application.

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We can get you moving with a range of different schemes

Help to Buy 

Thanks to the UK Government’s established Help to Buy scheme, homeowners and first-time buyers can buy a home up to the value of £600,000 with just a 5% deposit.

Help to Buy makes it easier to move up the property ladder without having to save a large deposit. And because the Government loan is interest-free for five years, you’ll save on repayment costs during the early years of your mortgage, making your family home more affordable.

To see how Help to Buy could work for you, click on the link below and use our calculator.

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Part Exchange Xtra

If you’re moving up the property ladder, selling your house can be an anxious time. But with our Part Exchange Xtra scheme we can make moving easy for you.

  • No estate agent fees to pay
  • Buying your existing home if a sale isn’t agreed
  • Staying in your home until your new one is ready

To find out more about the offers we could provide, click below. Offers available on selected plots only. 

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Tailor your home to suit your style

Once you’ve chosen your new home, the real fun starts as you begin to make your new home your own. Our sales team will happily talk you through the wide range of personalisation options we have – everything from modern flooring to fitted wardrobes, traditional to contemporary.




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  1. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39293002
  2. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/04/05/house-prices-rise-despite-brexit-fears/

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