When it comes to snapping up that dream home, more than half of Brits worry that a lack of money will stop them from achieving their goal – according to a new study.
Less than one in 10 homeowners currently consider their home to be perfect, with 55 per cent saying they have a long list of desired changes and improvements.
With many claiming they don’t have the time, money or expertise to spend on an existing property – Linden Homes North says there is always the option of buying new.
A new home can not only tick the ‘happy feeling’ box, but can be less expensive than buyers may initially think.
And being ready to move into, with brand new kitchen, bathroom, energy efficient features and a clutter-free space, a new home won’t need any improvements or DIY projects to shell out on.
With a new home, you can:
According to the report (a study of 2,000 homeowners) reasons why Brits feel like their home will never be perfect include:
Linden Homes North sales director Steve Woomble said: “There are so many great reasons to move to a brand new home. Buyers have fantastic choice when it comes to location and style of the home, as well as being able to take advantage of money saving incentives like Help to Buy and Part Exchange.
“Apart from choosing where to put your belongings and arranging your rooms to suit your taste, there is very little to do when moving into a new home – apart from sitting back and enjoying it!”
|With over half of Brits worrying that they will
never get their perfect home – why not think
about ticking all the boxes with a brand
new place to live, with Linden Homes North.
Typical Linden Homes property pictured.
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21 March 2016
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