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The second phase of new houses in Park View, Longbridge, are proving very popular with all the two bedroomed properties being reserved off-site and the three bedroomed houses nearly all now sold.

Homes in the development are available under the Government’s Help to Buy Scheme, where purchasers can make a deposit as low as 4%. The houses come with high quality fixtures and fittings including designer Electrolux kitchen appliances and boast larger than average sized living rooms and bedrooms.

Buying a brand new property could save purchasers around £20,000 according to the development’s housebuilder, St Modwen Homes, as the cost of replacing kitchens, bathrooms and other features in an older property can be expensive.

Neil Simpson, sales and marketing director at St. Modwen Homes, said: “There are many things to consider when buying a home, and first viewings often provide a tipping point where people decide between purchasing a brand new home and looking for an older period property. However, I would advise everyone looking to buy a home to seriously weigh up the significant advantages of a new build, both in terms of cost effectiveness and energy efficiency. “Choosing a new build gives homeowners a peace of mind that they just don’t get with older properties, thanks to the standard 10 year NHBC warranty. With building technology and construction materials constantly improving, new builds are much more energy efficient than ones built even just a few years ago, saving homeowners a significant amount of money on household bills whilst helping the environment.”

For more information on the Park View development visit the marketing suite, located off Lickey Road, which is open for visitors on Thursdays to Mondays, inclusive of the weekends, between 10am to 6pm.

4 Bed showhome, Park View development, Longbridge, Birmingham

2 COMMENTS

  1. It has to be better than being fleeced by the private landlords. Getting the deposit has stopped people for long enough…now at least this government is making it possible for people to get on the housing ladder again. Good luck to everyone in their new homes.

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