Get More New Home For Your Deposit In Great Barford This January

If you are looking to move home in 2018 – there’s a chance to get more for your money at Goodwin Place in Befordshire.

Interest in the exclusive 39 home development at Great Barford has been growing since its launch in the autumn, with a number of properties already sold from plan.

Built in a range of semi-detached and detached styles, the homes are designed to appeal to everyone from first time buyers, young professional, families or those looking to upsize.

Goodwin Place is the latest in a series of Bedfordshire developments for Linden Homes Midlands, with new homes also available in Great Denham and Biddenham.

The popular Help to Buy incentive is available at Goodwin Place, where purchasers need only a minimum five per cent deposit to secure one of the fantastic new homes.

The Help to Buy scheme was launched back in April 2013 and applies to a range of potential purchasers, including first-time and next-time buyers on properties up to the value of £600,000.

Buyers are required to provide just a five per cent deposit to then borrow a further 20 per cent from the Government in the form of an equity loan – leaving them needing only a 75 per cent mortgage agreed by their bank or building society to secure their home.

And there is a special offer on Plot 7 – the four-bedroom semi-detached Barrington house type (pictured). For a limited time only, Linden Homes Midlands will pay £1,500 towards legal fees if the property is reserved by 31 January 2018 (subject to terms and conditions).

The property will also come with kitchen appliances and flooring throughout, adding to the already large appeal of this family home.

And by getting ahead of the game and reserving a brand new home from plan, customers can reap numerous benefits including:

The village of Great Barford is perfectly positioned on the outskirts of Bedford, making it ideal for commuters – with London just 40 minutes away by train.

For more details call 01234 434652

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05 January 2018

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