Bonus for buyers of final Kempsey home
WITH experts predicting house prices will rise by 6% in 2016, Elan Homes is offering homebuyers the chance to reserve its final home in Kempsey, near Worcester.
The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has forecast annual UK house price increases of 6% over the next 12 months and savvy purchasers with an eye on market growth will be keen to secure the final plot at Derrington Mews.
The detached four-bedroom house is ready to move into so buyers keen to make a fresh start in 2016 can make a fast move to a brand new community.
To incentivise them further, Elan Homes is giving the purchaser of the final home at Derrington Mews an additional £500 to spend on optional upgrades in their new home if they reserve in January.
Andrea Nippe, sales director for Elan Homes in the South, said: “Location has been key to the success of Derrington Mews. Buyers aspire to live in Kempsey thanks to its sense of community and stunning countryside.
“The opportunity to move to such a sought-after rural village is rare, especially if you want a traditionally built home with a contemporary specification. Because the development also offers such easy access to nearby Worcester, it’s no surprise it has been popular and we’re delighted to offer the final home for sale.”
To tempt more people to visit the development, Elan is giving people the chance to view the show home at Derrington Mews from the comfort of their armchair, by providing a virtual tour on its website and YouTube channel.
The final four-bedroom detached family home at Derrington Mews is priced at £310,000 and is available to purchase through the government-backed Help to Buy scheme, which enables the buyer to take out an equity loan for up to 20% of the purchase price, with the remainder covered by a 5% deposit and a 75% mortgage from their lender of choice.
Derrington Mews is set amid open countryside within a village community. Ideal for commuters, it’s just four miles from the historic city of Worcester.
Viewing is by appointment only. To book an appointment to visit the site call 07920 157510 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.