Following the government’s budget announcement that stamp duty on all first-time buyer homes up to £300,000 will be scrapped, award-winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson is giving prospective buyers at the local Apex Apartments a double saving by offering the equivalent value as a further discount off their new home.
The move will no doubt to further entice First Time Buyers to the development, which is already proving popular among those taking their first steps on the property ladder and workers commuting into London.
Now buyers can secure a one bedroom apartment from as little as £172,000 with Help to Buy (£215,000 without Help to Buy).
Once complete, landscaped courtyards will provide residents with open green spaces at the Apex Apartments, while nearby Goff’s Park offers a haven from busy town centre life - ideal for woodland walks with lake views.
The development’s close proximity to both Crawley and Three Bridges Rail Station makes the site ideal for London commuters, with direct lines into London Victoria in under 45 minutes.
Of the latest promotion, Sales and Marketing Director Marcus Evans said: “It’s great that the government is incentivising First Time Buyers and we wanted to show our approval by matching their offer.
“We’re giving more people than ever before the opportunity to own a home at the Apex Apartments. Situated in the heart of Crawley, we’ve seen the development really strike a chord with prospective buyers and are confident this latest offer is going to peak interest among would-be homeowners.”