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Inland Homes help to buy week is opening new doors for buyers

Award-winning house builder, Inland Homes, is offering an exciting opportunity for aspiring homeowners to get their foot on the property ladder. For one week only, starting from Monday 7th October and running until Sunday 13th October, prospective purchasers can discover everything they need to know about the government-backed Help to Buy scheme during the Inland Homes Help to Buy Week. This exclusive event is running across a selection of Inland Homes developments, where buyers can look to secure a brand new home with just a 5% deposit*.

Offering a helping hand to eager homebuyers, Inland Homes will be opening its doors for purchasers to learn more about the variety of apartments and houses available with Help to Buy and book an appointment with a Financial Advisor and New Homes Solicitor at each of the participating developments. There is late-night opening on Thursday 10th October until 8pm (Tuesday 8th October at Centre Square), and anyone who reserves a home between 1st and 13th October 2019, will be automatically entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a £500  John Lewis gift voucher.

Vicki Noon, Sales and Marketing Director at Inland Homes, comments: “More than 80% of all the purchases made using the Help to Buy scheme in the last six years have been made by first time buyers, proving that it really is an invaluable home buying solution for so many people. At Inland Homes we are very passionate about making homeownership affordable, so we are really excited to be hosting our own Help to Buy Week. All of our sales teams are looking forward to helping as many buyers as possible find their perfect home and take those important first steps onto or up the ladder.”

This exclusive week-long event will enable home buyers to visit the Inland Homes marketing suites and speak to the onsite sales teams, and view a selection of homes across six different developments including the award-winning Chapel Riverside and Meridian Waterside developments in Southampton, Centre Square in High Wycombe, Farrier’s Wood in Hertfordshire, Gardiners Park Village in Essex and Jasmine Park in Suffolk.

Under the popular scheme, the Government lends homebuyers up to 20% of the cost of a newly built home. This translates to prospective property purchasers requiring only a 5% deposit, with a 75% mortgage to make up the rest. Purchasers will not be charged loan fees on the 20% for the first five years of owning their home in the UK. For more information about the Inland Homes Help to Buy Week, please call 01923 606056 or visit www.inlandhomes.co.uk

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