Part-buy hope for Daventry’s Generation Rent
THE LAUNCH of our new part-buy homes in Daventry offers local
first-time buyers the chance to move out from your parents' home or
private rented housing and get on to the property ladder for as
little as £32,488*.
That's enough to buy you a minimum 25% share of a two-bed shared ownership home at Middlemore Heights, with a deposit
that could be as low as £1,625*.
And buyers who reserve a part-buy home in the next few weeks
could be picking up the keys before the end of August. Building
work will soon finish on the first few two-bed homes off Hidcote
Way on the northern edge of Daventry − so there's no better
time than now to find out how the part-buy deal works and put down
your £500 deposit.
That's the timely message to local first-time buyers from
Bromford Homes Head of Sales Alan Bradley and he highlights the
fact that three-bed houses are also being built at Middlemore
Heights, with completion due in January 2014.
"Daventry and the surrounding area is like many places these
days. Property prices are often fairly high and incomes relatively
low for ordinary working people, who often end up as part of
Generation Rent − renting from private landlords," says
"We know from various sources − including the current wave of
TV programmes like Cherry Healey's Property Virgins on
BBC3 − that younger people still aspire to own their own home and
find it hard or impossible on the open market. Well the good news
is that shared ownership can make your home-owning dream come true
and at prices that you can afford."
With shared ownership, buyers purchase between 25% and 75% of a
new Bromford home rather than buy outright − the exact amount
depends on their income − and pay low rent on the remaining share.
It's what Alan describes as a real win-win for first-time buyers.
The initial outlay is much lower − with deposits as low as £1,625*
for an example like our two-bed homes (pictured above) at
"Aspiring buyers might also be surprised to find out that the
total monthly costs with shared ownership are typically lower too
than if buying outright or renting from a private landlord," says
Alan. "It's no wonder then that so many first-time buyers in
Northamptonshire have already said a big YES to shared ownership -
and it might surprise you to find out that you can have a combined
household income of up to £60,000 and still qualify for part-buy.
It's a truly affordable solution for people who can't afford to buy
on the open market."
Middlemore Heights is a great
location for commuters and young families, with a wide choice of
local primary schools, shops and local leisure facilities. It's two
miles from Daventry town centre and within easy driving distance of
Rugby, Northampton or Leamington Spa. Long Buckby railway station
is less than five miles away and from there you can get to
Birmingham New Street in less than 50 minutes.
All homes come with a fully-fitted kitchen, oven, hob and
extractor, downstairs cloakroom, fitted wardrobe to master bedroom,
full gas-fired central heating, double glazing and high-performance
insulation throughout. Allocated parking, turfed rear gardens and
10-year NHBC New Home warranty are also included.
To find out more about Middlemore Heights and shared ownership, call 0845 60
10 878 and talk to one of our experts. You can also register for updates or follow us
on Twitter and Facebook.
* £32,488 would buy a minimum 25% share of a two-bed house with
a full market value of £129,950. A deposit of £1,625 assumes a 95%
mortgage on that minimum share. ** Prices are yet to be set on
three-bed houses at Middlemore Heights. If you're interested, register for updates and we'll let
you know when things change.
12 July 2013