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Karl Hick, managing director of Larkfleet Homes, says home buyers should look beyond the price when thinking about buying a new home because a newly-built house will be cheaper to run than a previously occupied home.
When you are buying a car you have two options a brand new vehicle or a used one.
Housebuilder Larkfleet Homes understands how stressful buying a home can be - especially when homebuyers are involved in a ‘chain', where one break in a sequence of a number of buyers and sellers can cause the whole thing to come to a halt.
Karl Hick, managing director of Larkfleet Homes, is therefore urging home buyers to opt for a brand new home.
Housebuilder Larkfleet Homes is urging potential homebuyers to take advantage of its wide selection of buying incentives this Easter weekend. The builder offers a number of schemes which could allow people to own a new Larkfleet property much sooner than they think - and for less.
A lucky resident at The Croft, an age-exclusive community in Bourne for those aged 55 years and over, has been given £1,000 for recommending the development to a friend.
More homebuyers should seek to take advantage of government schemes which will help them buy a new home, according to Karl Hick, managing director of Larkfleet Homes.
Writing on the EasternNewHomeBuyer blog he says: "When you are looking for a new home to buy you have two options - you either purchase one that has been previously lived in by someone else or you buy a brand new home from a builder.
The successful sale of all the properties on a new housing development in Deeping St James has persuaded housebuilder Larkfleet Homes to start a second phase.
The Coppice development located on the Orchard Field site in Deeping St James provided 32 affordable properties for local people in its first phase of development.
Bourne-based housebuilder Larkfleet Homes will give all homebuyers who move into their new property by 25 December this year twelve Christmas gifts to ensure their first Christmas in their new home is one to remember.
Larkfleet Homes' new showhome complex at its Oakham development ‘Leighfield Park' has been officially opened by Helen Briggs, chief executive of Rutland County Council, in a special ceremony onsite.
Leighfield Park is the first phase of Oakham Heights, Larkfleet's major urban expansion of Oakham, located on land between the Oakham bypass and Barleythorpe Road.
Housebuilder Larkfleet Homes will open a new showhome complex at its Oakham development 'Leighfield Park' on Friday 22 June.
Leighfield Park is the first phase of Oakham Heights, Larkfleet's major urban expansion of Oakham, located on land between the Oakham bypass and Barleythorpe Road. From the 22 June, Larkfleet Homes' sales staff will be able to show visitors to the site around a number of showhomes.
Name and business title: Karl Hick, managing director of Larkfleet Group, of which Larkfleet Homes is the flagship company.