Help to Buy information weekend at new homes development in MiddleportPosted on May 27th, 2015
Join Seddon Homes this weekend (Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st May) between 11am and 4pm, at their Arden Walk development and discover how Help to Buy can benefit you. If you are looking to buy a new home in Middleport then this weekend is perfect for you to gather all the information you can about Help to Buy and make a move into a new 3 bedroom home in Staffordshire a reality.
Arden Walk provides high specification and affordable housing to buyers in Middleport. The exceptional build quality and design standards of these homes can be seen throughout each new build. Prices start from as little as £112,950 or from £90,360 with the Government’s Help to Buy scheme.
This information weekend aims to offer vital information to buyers regarding the Help to Buy scheme, how it can benefit buyers and finally how it can be used to secure a new home in Staffordshire with only a 5% deposit.
Seddon Homes has created a range of beautiful homes which meet the demands of the modern homebuyer. With high specification features included and a finish which cannot be matched by many, these homes are perfect for all buyers looking to join a thriving community.
Denis Maddock, sales and marketing director at Seddon Homes feels that this weekend is perfect for potential buyers in the Middleport area.
“The Help to Buy scheme has helped lots of our buyers secure their new home at Arden Walk already, so with this in mind we feel that an event to offer support and answer questions about the scheme is important”.
“With a range of 3 bedroom, stylish homes available, this weekend is the perfect opportunity for potential buyers to find out more information about Help to Buy and secure a new home at Arden Walk”.
Seddon Homes is encouraging all interested buyers to join them this weekend, between 11am and 4pm at their contemporary new homes development, Arden Walk. If you require more information about the development, please visit the Seddon Homes website.Blog page Older Posts Newer Posts