Redrow Homes, one of the country’s most respected property developers, is offering affordable one- and two-bedroom stylish new homes to first-time buyers. The homebuilder’s award-winning “Debut” range offers purchasers the opportunity to move into a beautiful home, currently available for an initial outlay less of than £70,000.
First-time buyers in Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales, can now view the show home. The Debut’s design excels in both the interior and exterior living spaces, with communal outdoor areas carefully planned.
Debby Pavitt, sales manager at Redrow Homes (South Wales), said, “The Debut show home is a wonderful way to introduce those unique properties to potential buyers as they are shown off to their full potential. We have a team of professional interior designers who works hard to create a look that we feel really represents our target buyer for that property – and they’ve succeeded once again with the Debut show home at Gelli Dawel.”
Buyers are able to defer 10 per cent of the initial purchase price for up to 10 years using Easi-buy scheme. These properties are currently available from as little as £69,750* for a one-bedroom home to £94,400* for a two-double bedroom, two storey home.
Redrow’s Easi-buy scheme makes the homes even more affordable. The 10 per cent contribution is fixed at the outset and won’t rise even when the value of the property does. This means that buyers can reap all the financial benefits in the future. The fixed sum can be redeemed at any time within 10 years and can be repaid either by occasional lump sums, monthly instalments, or in whole at any time. It is totally interest free. For further information visit www.debutbredrow.co.uk.
- Price quoted of £69,750 includes Easi-buy assistance. Total price is £76,725.
- Price quoted of £94,400 includes Easi-buy assistance. Total price is £104,889.
Editor: Simon Weston-www.myfirsthomeltd.co.uk
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