Last month the government announced that the Help to Buy scheme will be extended for a further two years until 2023, which is great news for first-time buyers. However, under the new proposals, second steppers may only benefit until 2021, so anyone looking to take their next step on the property ladder needs to take advantage of this scheme sooner rather than later.
Now is the perfect time for buyers to secure their dream home by utilising the opportunities provided by Help to Buy, which is available on new build homes worth up to £600,000. Under the initiative prospective buyers can be eligible for an interest free equity loan for up to 20% of the property value, enabling people to get on to or move up the property ladder with just a 5% deposit.
There are many homes at Fairfield Gardens available using the Help to Buy scheme, with the development comprising a contemporary collection of exclusive over 55s apartments and three and four-bedroom homes, perfect for first-time buyers, downsizers and second-steppers alike. Located on the outskirts of Letchworth Garden City, all homes boast exceptional finishes including the high-quality interiors completed with stylish fixtures and fittings. Fairfield Gardens is also ideally situated on the doorstep of great local transport links, with direct access into London St Pancras by train in just 35-minutes from Letchworth Garden City station.
Prices for two-bedroom apartments at Fairfield Gardens start at £259,950, while three-bedroom homes begin at £429,950 and four-bedroom homes from £509,950, with many plots available using Help to Buy. To find out more about using the scheme or the homes available, please call 01462 502013 or visit www.crestnicholson.com/fairfieldgardens/.