If a new family home is on your wish list for 2016 – then Linden Homes Midlands can help you move sooner than you think, thanks to cost-curbing incentives in Leicestershire.
Hamilton is the location for Mulberry Park, a development boasting a stunning selection of 60 three, four and five-bedroom homes off Laverton Road.
The detached and semi-detached properties are perfect for those looking for a first family home or who are upsizing.
And for those who have an existing property to sell or are concerned that a larger home may be out of their reach, the Part Exchange or Help to Buy incentives may be the answer.
There are many advantages to using Part Exchange; there is no chain, valuations are obtained on your behalf, the new homes developer deals directly with the estate agent, and a fast sale usually happens quickly.
If you are a homeowner and are eligible for part exchange, here’s how it works:
Meanwhile, if you are a first time buyer or current homeowner, there is the Help To Buy scheme.
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. They then only need a 75 per cent mortgage agreed by their bank or building society to secure their home.
A number of the new homes at Mulberry Park have been sold off plan, and now is the perfect time to beat the rush and reserve your new home.
Mulberry Park is perfectly placed just four miles from Leicester city centre, making it an ideal commutable location.
For journeys further afield, Leicester train station offers a fastest journey time of 1 hour 6 minutes into London St Pancras International station. Mulberry Park is also within close proximity to the A47 and M1 for routes north and south.
The sales and marketing suite and show home are open from Thursday to Monday from 10.30am until 5pm. Alternatively contact the sales team on 0116 145392.
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05 May 2016