New Year, New Build, New Home

If you thought that owning your own property was out of reach, 2013 could be the year to investigate new build part-ownership.

Across the UK there are countless new housing developments that are marketed with part-ownership options.  If finding a sizable deposit is one of your barriers to ownership, these types of property could provide the ideal solution.  Not only do they offer a route to home ownership, they also provide comfortable accommodation with neutral decoration, new kitchens and bathrooms, and builder guarantees. Shared ownership schemes can differ but essentially properties are sold on a part-buy, part-rent basis.   Further information is obtainable from a mortgage adviser or your local estate agent.

This stunning one bedroom apartment, available for shared ownership, is located on the ground floor of a block of six apartments within close proximity to Leatherhead town and mainline station. The accommodation offers an open plan kitchen/living/dining room with a range of integrated appliances, a well proportioned bedroom with fitted wardrobes, and a modern bathroom. The property is offered for £82,000 on a shared ownership basis.
Located in Gainsborough in Lincolnshire, this property offers a great opportunity to purchase a 25% share of a brand new 2 bedroom houseThe property comprises of an entrance hall, lounge diner, cloakroom, kitchen, family bathroom and two bedrooms. Outside there is a parking space and an enclosed rear garden. The 25% share in the property is priced at just £23,750.
This great new build property has 2 bedrooms, a living room, kitchen and bathroom.  Its full value price is £108,000 so for a  25% share you pay just £27,000. Rent on the remaining share of the property per calendar month is £185.63. The rent includes the building insurance premium – service charge is £2.43 per month.
Posted by: Nicola Severn Categories: Buying, Buying Property, For Sale, House Prices, Uncategorized Tags: , , , , , , , , 4 Comments

4 Responses to New Year, New Build, New Home

  1. I would like to buy new office for my company in the middle of the city. Have u a place available for commercial purpose?

  2. I am thinking about to buy a new home but due to financial condition i am not able to buy a house that i would loved to buy. Can you give me tips to how can i get beautiful house in less money and also the details of home loan provider in uk.

  3. avatar Michael says:

    A lot of my contempories are looking into part-ownership, under the various schemes available. Getting a traditional mortage can mean that people are in their 30s and 40s before they get one but part-ownership really is invaluable for many couples, single people and people with young families who wouldn’t otherwise be able to stump up a hefty 20 per cent deposit.

  4. No thanks! I have watched these being built. I would like to put my money into a permanent building.