Seddon Homes launches Help to Buy scheme at their new homes development in Halifax

Posted on June 28th, 2013

Seddon Homes has been given the go ahead to help prospective buyers at its Marchcroft development in Halifax with the introduction of the new Government Help to Buy scheme. Help to Buy is an “equity loan” scheme where the Government loans up to 20% of the value of a new home and because you only need to find a minimum 5% deposit you only need a 75% mortgage.

Marchcroft is an exclusive new build development of just twelve substantial 5 bedroom, stone built new build homes set within a mature, highly regarded residential area of immense character and charm.

These new build homes are built to exceptionally high standards, with an emphasis on superior specification, including German-built SieMatic kitchens. These exceptional new homes all feature double garages and attractive garden aspects making Marchcroft a desirable choice for buyers looking for a home in the area of Halifax.

Denis Maddock, sales and marketing director said “We recognise that for many people this is still a difficult economic climate which is why we have strived to ensure these homes represent terrific value for money all round. They are extremely affordable for first time buyers, as well as those looking to upsize into a modern, stylish, good-sized family home.”

“Now, with the assistance of Help to Buy, these homes are more in reach than ever as buyers can take advantage of a low deposit, and lower monthly repayments. The loans are available to anyone purchasing a property up to the value of £600,000.”

“As the scheme is open to existing homeowners as well as first time buyers, it really will make the aspiration of new home ownership a reality for many more people. Plus with part exchange now available, there has never been a better time to buy at Marchcroft.”

Prices start from £349,950. The show home is open for viewing from Thursday to Monday from 10am-5pm. For further details visit our Marchcroft page or call 0845 4569667 or follow us on Twitter @sed_marchcroft.

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