Christmas can be an expensive time of year – with all those presents to buy and food and drink to stock up on.
But if you are also thinking about moving house during the festive season, developer Linden Homes Midlands offers money curbing incentives which means you can afford to put a brand new dream home on your Christmas wish list.
The Government-backed Help to Buy scheme is available on selected homes across the region, and can save buyers thousands of pounds, as well as giving them more home for their money.
Here’s how it works:
And as well as the money you can save by using the Help to Buy scheme, there are numerous other benefits to buying a new home – including the fact that it is kinder to the environment, and in turn, your pocket.
A new property - built to current energy saving standards and regulations could be around half the cost of running an older counterpart - say Linden Homes Midlands and the NHBC Foundation.
Some eco-advantages and savings tips associated with buying a brand new home*:
Linden Homes Midlands sales director Clare Phillips said: “We all know that this time of year can start to become expensive as people begin to plan for Christmas.
“However, add moving house into the mix and there is a worry among some people that they won’t be able to afford the home they really want. But with Help to Buy, there is a chance to curb the cost, as well as reaping the benefits associated with new build properties – including better energy efficiency.”
* energy saving trust
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02 November 2016