Article image One of the most problematic areas for homebuyers can be having to tackle several complicated steps during the buying process or even, affording their dream home in the first place. 

If you’re looking to make a hassle-free move onto the property ladder in Hayward’s Heath, look no further than Tall Trees at Bolnore Village - a stunning development by award-winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson. Located in the sought-after community of Bolnore Village, Tall Trees is a beautiful collection of exquisitely designed new two, three, four and five bedroom houses and apartments.

Crest Nicholson’s support through the Help to Buy scheme in England is already helping buyers to not just afford their home for right now but also get onto the property ladder. 

Help to Buy is available on new-build homes up to a value of £600,000. The initiative enables homebuyers to own their own home for just 80 per cent of the purchase price with a deposit of as little as five per cent. The remaining 20 per cent of the property price is lent to the purchaser by the Government through the HCA and is interest free for the first five years.

Christine Tiernan, Sales and Marketing Director for Crest Nicholson, explains: 

“The Help to Buy scheme offers the ideal solution for would-be homeowners who need extra financial helping hand to move up or onto the property ladder, helping many people buy their dream home in the area that they want to live in.”

“If you’re thinking about buying a home and are not sure about how to make that next move, pop in and see us. We can explain just how easy and straight-forward the process can be, and give you a better feel for the lifestyle on offer here at Tall Trees.”

Prices at Tall Trees at Bolnore Village using Help to Buy currently start from £223,960 for a two bedroom apartment. For more information please call into the on-site Sales and Marketing Suite (open daily 10am-5pm), call 01444 456 957, email bolnorevillage@crestnicholson.com or visit www.crestnicholson.com/talltreesatbolnorevillage. 

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