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This weekend, 11th and 12th August 2012, is a very busy one for the staff of Redrow Homes (Lancashire) as some of the company's developments in the northwest of England host special events for homebuyers. So if you're hoping to find a property in Garston, Manchester or Chorley, it is worth clearing a space in your diary to go and check out what the housebuilder has to offer.
Housebuilder Arley Homes has launched the second phase of its Duxbury Manor development in Chorley with the unveiling of two new showhomes.
Manchester is one of the most exciting cities in the North of England, renowned for its thriving cultural scene, sporting and media connections, and dynamic businesses. A wide range of housebuilders are currently busy developing new homes in Manchester and the surrounding area - offering a good deal of choice for house buyers dreaming of an easy daily commute into the city.
Redrow is urging house hunters hoping to secure affordable new homes in Lancashire to act quickly to pick up one of the new apartments and houses for sale at Cedar Walk near Chorley, which are still available with the Government-backed HomeBuy Direct initiative, before the first-time buyer's Stamp Duty holiday is lifted at the end of March 2012.
Housebuilder Arley Homes has officially unveiled a collection of new homes in Chorley at a development called Duxbury Manor.
The launch of the first phase of the project was attended by a wide selection of house hunters keen to take a look at the two new showhomes on display.
ADACTUS Housing Group, in partnership with the council, will develop 155 new homes in Chorley over the next four years, to meet growing demand for housing on the local area.
Buyers looking for luxury new homes in Lancashire currently have a good range of options at their disposal - including luxury developments in the pleasant market town of Chorley, in the thriving city of Preston, and nearby Bolton, which is well-placed for commutes into Manchester.
This proud and lively city is a hub with transport links to sought-after suburbs, towns and villages, and buyers are literally pulled in all directions when they are choosing where to live. The delights of Derbyshire's Peak District and the Pennines are close by and Cheshire, the first choice for Premier League footballers, is also on the doorstep.
There's no doubt that many prospective housebuyers currently searching for their first new homes in Lancashire are finding it difficult to come up with the deposit required by many lenders or are unable to secure an affordable mortgage. As if to add insult to injury, rents appear to be rising fast in some areas as the people unable to buy apply pressure to the limited supply in the rental market.