Best of both worlds at Long Buckby and Crick
FIRST-TIME buyers can enjoy the best of both worlds with our
affordable new homes at two new Bromford Homes developments near
You can make the most of rural life in the thriving historic
villages of Long Buckby or Crick − surrounded
by beautiful Northamptonshire countryside − AND take advantage
of great commuter links.
Travelling to Birmingham, Northampton or London is easy thanks
to the local railway station a few minutes walk away from Buckby
Meadows while Crick's St Margaret's View is a short hop from the
nearest junction of the M1.
Add Bromford's low shared ownership prices, which start
from just £66,000* for a two-bed Ravensthorpe house or £78,200**
for a three-bed Hollowell at Buckby Meadows, and you've got a real
win-win way of getting onto the county's property ladder.
That's the message to local first-time buyers from Bromford Homes
Head of Sales Alan Bradley as some of our homes head for March
completion and prices are confirmed at St Margaret's View (pictured
His advice is simple. "Be quick or you could miss out on this
truly affordable opportunity to make your property dream come
true," says Alan.
"These are great homes at great prices − and they're great
locations. But we've got just a few these homes at each development
and, once the word gets out, we believe it won't be long before
they're snapped up. And don't forget − local people get top
The secret of those low prices − and equally low deposits that can
be as little as £3,300* for a two-bed − is shared ownership's low
purchase prices and deposits.
In the case of St Margaret's View,
£74,000*** would buy a 40% share of a two-bed and a minimum 5%
deposit would be £3,700. Our Crick three-beds are equally
affordable, with shared ownership prices starting from £84,000***
for a 40% share and a minimum deposit from £4,200.
This explains why so many singletons, couples and young families
in Northants and across central England are saying such a big YES
to shared ownership," says Alan. "Our high-quality, low-cost homes
are ideal for people in and around villages like Long Buckby and
Crick − people who want to stay in the place where they've got
family and friends but can't afford to buy on the open market."
* £66,000 buys a typical 40% of a two-bed home with a full-market
value of £165,000. Your minimum deposit on that share, assuming a
95% mortgage, would be £3,300. ** £78,200 buys 40% of a three-bed
home with a full-market value of £195,500. Your minimum deposit on
that share, assuming a 95% mortgage, would be £3,910. *** £74,000
buys 40% of a two-bed with a full market value of £185,000. Your
minimum deposit on that share, assuming a 95% mortgage, would be
£3,700. 40% of a three-bed with a full market value of £210,000
costs £84,000 and your minimum deposit on that share, assuming a
95% mortgage, would be £4,200.
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05 March 2015