We’re committed to building some of the best quality new homes in some of the UK’s favourite locations, as well as creating sustainable communities that you’ll be proud to call home.
If you have a 5% deposit, we could boost it by funding up to an additional 5% of the sale price, giving you a 10% deposit in total.
This means you need to borrow less from a lender and could even secure a more competitive mortgage rate.
Here’s an example of how Elan Homes Deposit Boost works:
If you were looking to buy a £160,000 home you would need to have at least a £8,000 deposit (5% deposit). We could then top up to an additional £8,000 (5% deposit), giving you a total deposit of £16,000. You would then need a 90% mortgage.
How do I apply for Elan Homes Deposit Boost?
Once you’ve found a home you’re interested in, you should speak to one of our friendly Sales Executives from the development to see if you could take advantage of Deposit Boost.
The Sales Executive can also introduce you to a New Homes Mortgage Adviser who can provide individually tailored advice and help secure the best mortgage for your own circumstances.
Our deposit boost offer is available on selected plots only, at selected developments and is subject to contract and status.
Offer is to contribute up to a maximum of 5% deposit payable at the time of completion and is subject to lender’s criteria.
Please get in touch for further details and for full T&Cs.
At Elan Homes we take great pride in the homes we build, where we build them and the communities we create, so that our customers get the maximum satisfaction from the whole experience.
Traditionally styled exteriors are complemented by stylish interiors and at Elan Homes we offer a level of personal service we think our customers deserve. This all adds up to a fabulous new home that we think you’ll love inside out!FIND OUT MORE
• New build houses are so energy efficient they could save buyers up to £180 on
their monthly energy bills, compared with the bills of an equivalent older house.
• An average new house emits just 1 third of the amount of carbon that a typical
older house emits. Saving 2.8 tonnes of carbon yearly.
• On average, new build homes use approximately 9,414 kWh a year, as compared
to older properties using an average of 21,040 kWh annually. Meaning new builds
use 55% less energy a year.
• 85% of new builds have an A or B EPC rating. Just 4% of older properties achieve
the same energy-efficiency grade.
• Upgrading an older home to modern standards is very costly. Avoid hidden costs
and pricey renovation work with an energy-efficient new build.
Information based on HBF Watt A Save Report July 2023