First time buyers offered helping hand by local developer

Posted on May 1st, 2012

First time buyers are being given the opportunity to secure a cosy new home in a picturesque location thanks to Government-backed initiatives being offered by developer Seddon Homes.

Potential purchasers can learn more about the special assistance on offer over coffee during a special first time buyers weekend taking place at Seddon’s Silkstone development in Fryston, Castleford, this weekend (May 5th and 6th).

The Government-backed First Buy and New Buy schemes enable people to buy a property with a much lower deposit than would usually be required.
“We are inviting people along for a coffee and a chat to learn more about the help that is available to enable them to buy their own home,” said Denis Maddock, sales and marketing director at Seddon Homes.

“This provides a genuine alternative to renting and really helps people to realise their dream of owning their own home. We are confident that those who come along will be pleasantly surprised.”

Silkstone is located in a semi rural location in Fryston, close to Fairburn Ings nature reserve and offers a range of two, three and four-bedroom homes.
It is close to good road links and within easy reach of Castleford, Pontefract and Leeds.

Visitors to the show home can see for themselves how roomy the properties are. They have thermostatically controlled gas central heating, and full insulation to minimise heating costs, helping to keep household bills low.

The range of different property types at Silkstone offers first time buyers a means of getting onto the property ladder without having to uproot from the region. It is also ideal for local people with growing families seeking to upgrade to more spacious homes.
A family-owned firm, Seddon Homes has operating bases at Normanton and York.

Prices start from £111.160. Why not call in this weekend and find out all the details first hand. If you can’t pop in, call 01977 512825 or visit our dedicated page here – New build homes in Castleford

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