The second release of 2 bedroom apartments were snapped up by purchasers within three weeks of being marketed. Again, Help to Buy has proved extremely popular on the development enabling purchasers to secure their new home in a gated community in the village of Thurmaston.
The price of choosing a second hand home over new build could be as much as £50,000, according to research launched today (May 15) by the Home Builders Federation.
Avoid the money pit – the cost of upgrading old to new, reveals that upgrading a second hand home to the same standard of functionality and finish as a new property could become this costly. The research launches alongside the start of New Homes Week supported by HBF, which highlights the advantages for consumers of buying new.
OPEN DAY SATURDAY MARCH 11th, 1pm - 3pm.
We only have a few plots remaining of our stunning 2 bedroom brand new apartments at Havelock Gardens, Thurmaston. With a superior specification and an ideal location our homes have proved extremely popular with professionals and downsizers alike. The Government Help to Buy Scheme is also available at Havelock Gardens and can make buying your new home more affordable.
We are pleased to announce we have a new development coming soon in Thurmaston.
Margaret Place is a mix of 8 semi/terraced houses being 3 storey and 2 storey, three bedroom homes. Further details and prices to be released during April 2017. Register your interest now to be informed first!
NEW RELEASE OPEN DAY SATURDAY JANUARY 21st, 1pm - 2pm. Come along and see for yourself our stunning 2 bedroom apartments. Havelock Gardens, a gated development of 21 superbly appointed apartments, perfectly located on Hadrian Road, off Melton Road is proving to be extremely popular, we are pleased to announce due to demand we have released further homes in Linen House.
Finally, a Christmas present you can afford to treat yourself to! But HURRY don’t miss out, JUST TWO plots remaining... Come and see for yourself at our OPEN DAY SATURDAY 3RD DECEMBER 10 AM - 12 NOON.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) says mortgage spending reached an "historic low" in September as rates fell in the wake of the Brexit vote.
It reported that home movers and first-time buyers benefited after the Bank of England cut the base rate of interest to 0.25% in August amid fears the economy would grind to a halt after the shock Leave win.
Havelock Gardens has proven to be extrememly popular and are being snapped up!. We have just three plots remaining make sure you don't let them pass you by. Help to Buy is available.Due to popular demand we will be releasing further plots please register your interest.
Another open day is planned this Saturday with appointments being booked with WH Brown.Appointments to view these new beautiful, spacious high specification apartments in the village of Thurmaston, can be made by contacting W H Brown on 0808 168 35 35.
Three of the apartments have been immediately reserved with further reservations pending! Move to Thurmaston for ease of living with the convenience of banks, retail shops, supermarkets and quick access to the motorway network. Initially, twelve new, high specification, spacious, gated apartments have been released for sale by K. B. Benfield Group Holdings in the village of Thurmaston.
Whether you are a fan of their fresh exteriors and modern fittings, looking for a safe and secure home to raise a family, or just want to feel like your home is truly your own; new build properties have a lot to offer.
Reservations are already being taken at Benfield Homes’ development of 2 bed apartments at Havelock Gardens, Thurmaston Leicester even before the show-home has been completed.
Families are being offered new ways to help hopeful first-time buyers get on the housing ladder – without parents having to hand over large sums of money forever via the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’.
Buying or selling a home is more stressful than having a child, changing jobs or getting married, a survey has found. However, at Benfield Homes we aim to take the stress out of buying your brand new home by making the process run a s smoothly as possible. We are there every step of the way to offer help and advice including liaising with solicitors.
Benfield Homes are now able to offer the government backed HELP TO BUY shared equity scheme at their development at Havelock Gardens, Thurmaston.
Under the scheme qualifying home buyers only need a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage with the remaining 20% provided by way of a government backed second mortgage for up to 25 years.
All you have to do is tell a friend, who’s considering moving, about Benfield Homes. Actually, they don’t even have to be a friend! You can point anyone you know in our direction; work colleagues, long lost relatives, in fact the list is endless. Remember to mention Help to Buy is available!
More than 100,000 people have been helped on to or up the housing ladder by the Government's Help to Buy schemes, figures show.
A total of 101,972 homeowners have been helped by the schemes, which allow people to buy a home with a deposit as low as 5%, according to the data unveiled by Housing Minister Brandon Lewis.
The total is made up of people using the equity loan and mortgage guarantee schemes launched in 2013, as well as the Help to Buy: NewBuy scheme which offers 95% mortgages to people buying a new-build home.
The equity loan scheme and NewBuy figures are for England only, while the mortgage guarantee scheme figures cover the whole of the UK.
Four out of five people using Help to Buy have been first-time buyers, the Government said
Benfield Group have been working in partnership with Retirement Villages Plc and Helical Bar Plc in developing an exciting new development for the over 55’s. Lime Tree Village is a unique development of 69 cottages and 84 apartments, which surround the Edwardian Cawston House.
Mandara Point comprises 24 – 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments built in two blocks. The brownfield site was formerly a builder’s yard and offices situated close to Coventry’s canal basin and forms part of the regeneration of this area.
Cawston House is a magnificent Edwardian House, which lies at the centre of Lime Tree Village. Prior to the recent refurbishment at Cawston House, the building had a number of uses including a country estate, a girls school and a factory with modern structural units. This regeneration project now comprises 4 luxury apartments, administration facilities, a library, restaurant, bar, conservatory, snooker room and doctor/nurse facilities and serves as the social hub of the village.
|13th May, 2009|
One of the leading property figures in Coventry believes the light is at the end of tunnel for the housing market.
|12th January, 2009|
There is absolutely no doubt that 2008 was very tough for the property industry. In fact, that might already be the understatement of this year!