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Now is the time to buy new with Crest Nicholson

Now is the time to buy new with Crest Nicholson

Following recent news that UK mortgage approvals hit a nine-month high in summer 2018, coupled with interest rates remaining low, now is the time for potential home buyers to discover the advantages of choosing a new build home with Crest Nicholson:

1. No chain

New build homes come with the added benefit of having no upward chain to consider. This means the whole process is much less stressful and often quicker than a second-hand purchase.

2. Peace of mind

All new-homes are independently assessed during construction and covered by a 10-year warranty. Home security and low-level maintenance are built in from the design stage and every home undergoes a stringent ‘fit for purpose' inspection prior to occupancy.

3. Value for money

New homes are built to a much higher specification than the majority of older homes, so you often get more for your money. They have central heating, double-glazing, floor and wall insulation as standard.

Crest Nicholson’s Captains wood at Finberry in Ashford is offering a range of tailored incentives for first time buyers, second steppers, investors and downsizers. The refined collection of houses and apartments offer a number of different designs to suit all needs.

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