Affordable living with Help to Buy [Newcastle Journal (England)]
(Newcastle Journal (England) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) WOULD-be home buyers looking for an affordable home might want to look at the Albatross house type.
The design has two double bedrooms, a bathroom, lounge and dining areas along with a fitted kitchen.
With prices starting at Pounds 89,995 at Taylor Wimpey's Headway development in Hartlepool.
Taylor Wimpey North East sales and marketing director Kirsty McGill said: "Headway is a fantastic development that is generating strong interest among local buyers thanks to its location, affordability and the fabulous lifestyle on offer.
"The two bedroom Albatross is a compact yet surprisingly spacious home. It is ideal for couples and first-time buyers and those seeking to break the rental cycle. With the availability of Help to Buy it is easy to secure this attractive design."
The Government-backed Help to Buy scheme enables customers to reserve properties worth up to Pounds 600,000 with just a 5% deposit.
By providing access to a 25-year government loan of up to 20% of the value of the property, buyers only require a loan to value mortgage of 75%. The loan is interest-free for five years.
Kirsty added: "The quality of the homes and easy acces to cities including Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Newcastle and Gateshead via the A19 combine to make Headway an extremely desirable place to live.
"I would urge anybody interested in the development to act now and arrange an appointment with the sales team."
For details, tel: 01429 800 245 or visit www.taylorwimpey.co.uk
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