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There's a great opportunity for homebuyers to find out more about the new government-backed Help to Buy scheme this weekend as David Wilson Homes hosts some special events at developments in Buckinghamshire and Cambridgeshire.
Country & Metropolitan Homes (C&M) is offering property investors the chance to benefit from a guaranteed 6% return on a sale and leaseback deal on the show house at Redhouse Park, its development of new homes in Milton Keynes.
National housebuilder Barratt Homes is inviting house-hunters in Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Peterborough to take part in its Great Barratt Move promotion with a series of events taking place this weekend, Saturday 19th January and Sunday 20th January. Some events are aimed at first-time buyers, while others will appeal to homeowners considering a part exchange deal as a way of securing a timely move.
New affordable homes in Buckinghamshire
Housebuilders will develop at least 6,000 new homes across Aylesbury Vale over the next 19 years, following a unanimous vote among cabinet members at Aylesbury Vale District Council.
The decision was made to construct the new homes by 2031 to help meet growing demand for housing in the northern half of Buckinghamshire.
But the decision represents a major climb-down from the council after the cabinet indicated earlier this year that it would elect for the construction of 9,000 new homes.
Several house builders currently have new developments springing up in Milton Keynes, offering prospective buyers a good choice of new homes near London, catering to a wide range of budgets.
With its strong economy and handy location, this large town is a popular place to set up home. It is situated at equal distances from London, Birmingham, Leicester, Oxford and Cambridge, making it ideal for commuters - with London just half an hour away by train, or about an hour by road.
Affordable new homes in London
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has pledged to expand First Steps. The shared equity scheme aims to help first-time buyers take an equity stake in their home and get their first foot on the ladder in private or social housing.
Housebuilder Banner Homes has been granted planning permission to build new homes in Buckinghamshire and Ascot, while also having acquired a new development site with planning consent to develop eight apartments overlooking the village green in the picturesque village of Theydon Bois, Essex.
New homes in Buckinghamshire
The company will develop three detached five-bedroom homes in the heart of Chesham Bois, Buckinghamshire.