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Join us for last chance to buy at Meriden Gate

WE'RE rolling out the welcome mat tomorrow (Saturday) at our leafy Meriden Gate development, where we've got just one home left for sale.

Our special open house day highlights the final chance to buy a shared ownership home here after an enthusiastic take-up by first-time buyers who've seized the chance to get on the property ladder for as little as £43,125*.

That's great value in an area where average house prices remain higher than the regional average, says Bromford Homes Head of Sales (South) Trish Foster.

"This a lovely development with great homes at great prices in a great location − and now we've got just one two-bed home left," Trish tells local first-time buyers who may be eyeing up property in and around the Warwickshire village of Meriden, midway between Solihull and Coventry.

"But please don't just take my word for it. Come along and see for yourselves tomorrow. We'll be there to welcome you tomorrow for a viewing between 11am and 3pm. We're also offering free fitted carpets and help with your legal fees. It's a great, great deal − and only one buyer will get the chance to take it up. When it's gone, it's gone."

Ideal for commuting

The remaining home is the last of eight built for us by David Wilson Homes.

Meriden is a 15-minute drive from the centre of Coventry and the village is ideally placed for commuting. The A45 and M42 are both within easy reach and Berkswell railway station is a little more than five miles away.

"It's also ideal for anyone − from downsizers to people with young families − who wants to take full advantage of village life," says Trish. "Meriden has pretty much everything you could want - from the village green and a range of local shops and pubs to a really good choice of local schools."

HomeBuy enables people to buy up to 75 per cent of their home and pay rent on the remaining share.

"We do everything we can to make sure that the deal is truly affordable for each buyer," says Trish. "When they come to us, we go through their finances with them and work out what they can really afford."

* £43,125 would buy a 25% share of a two-bed home with an asking price of £172,500. The deposit, based on a 95% mortgage, would be £2,157.

Find out more at 0845 60 10 878 and follow us on Twitter @BromfordHomes

07 December 2012