Open day launch for Tansey Green 3-beds
HOMEBUYERS are being offered a rare opportunity to buy a family
home in the Black Country for as little as £75,375. That's enough
to buy a typical 45% share of a three-bed shared ownership house at Tansey Green, near Dudley − and your
deposit could be as little as £3,769*.
We've got just TWO of these feature-packed, family-friendly
houses coming onto the market and we're rolling out the welcome mat
with a special open day at the Connells estate agents office in
Stone Street, Dudley, on Saturday (April 12).
Call us on 0845 60 10 878 to find out more about the open
day − and how one of these great homes could be yours for much
less than it would cost to buy a similar house on the open
Bromford Homes Sales Consultant Harj Bahia urges would-be buyers
to join him for the open day. "We've got just two of these great
family homes and, with these low deposits, they are sure to be
snapped up soon," he says.
"It's not just the initial outlay that is less − total monthly costs with
shared ownership are also generally less than it would cost you
to rent a similar home from a private landlord.
"It all adds up to a really affordable way of getting onto the
Black Country property ladder a win-win deal. You're buying a
modern home (pictured above) packed with lots of great features at
a really affordable price − and in a great location for anyone
who want to live here in the heart of the Black Country.
"My advice to local first-time buyers and other people who can't
afford to buy on the open market is be quick or you might miss
* Shared ownership is probably the most affordable way for
buyers on lower incomes to realise their dream of home ownership.
Instead of buying outright, you buy between 25% and 75% and pay low
rent on the remaining share. In our example, £75,375 buys 45% of a
three-bed home with a full market value of £167,500 − and a
deposit of £3,769 assumes a 95% mortgage.
Buyers can find out more about Tansey Green and shared ownership by calling us on
0845 60 10 878. You can also register for updates and follow us
on Twitter or Facebook.
07 April 2014