From Friday 29 August to Sunday 31 August, housebuilder Larkfleet Homes is holding a special investors event at its Leighfield Park development in Oakham, Rutland.
Over the three days, Larkfleet will provide buy-to-let investors with details of the full range of properties available at Leighfield Park, including tours of the development's three show homes on-site. Free financial advice will also be on offer and a local letting agent will be on hand to provide rental and landlord advice to anyone interested in purchasing a property to let out.
Bridgette Tan, a resident at the Larkfleet Homes Leighfield Park development in Oakham, has been awarded £1,000 for referring the development to a friend who has now also purchased a property there.
Mrs Tan moved to Leighfield Park just over two years ago and was so impressed with the development she recommended it to her friend Christina Hall.
There are just five of the 24 one- and two-bedrrom apartments remaining for sale at Larkfleet Homes' Leighfield Park development in Oakham, Rutland.
The sales team at Leighfield Park has enjoyed consistently high visitor levels since the site opened in 2012 and properties have been in high demand from homebuyers.
All of the apartments come with an assigned parking space and either French doors or a Juliet balcony.
Housebuilder Larkfleet Homes is giving away free tickets for the summer season at Stamford Shakespeare Company.
Larkfleet is supporting the theatre group by taking adverts in the programmes for all three productions in the open-air theatre at Tolethorpe Hall near Stamford - the Bard's ‘As You Like It' and ‘Taming of the Shrew' as well as an adaptation of Lewis Carroll's ‘Alice in Wonderland'.
High build quality, reduced running costs, environmental efficiency, modern designs, flexible buying options - these are just some of the many reasons why the vast majority - 94% - of those who bought new build homes would purchase a new build property again, according to a recent survey by the Home Builders Federation (HBF).
Housebuilder Larkfleet Homes has announced that it will be hosting a 1940s-themed tea party event at the end of this month on behalf of the Bourne Royal British Legion (RBL) Women's Section at The Croft, a lifestyle living development for the over-55s in Bourne, Lincolnshire.
Homebuyers can take advantage of Larkfleet Homes' financial year end clearance sale and save on the price of buying a new home at its Glen Grange development in Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire.
Not only is Larkfleet, which is headed up by CEO Karl Hick, offering £3,000 off the listed asking price of any of the available properties at Glen Grange, the housebuilder will also provide flooring and turf and pay homebuyers' stamp duty fees.
Residential property developer Larkfleet Homes is holding a ‘first-time buyers' weekend' at its Leighfield Park development in Oakham, Rutland, on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 March.
Finance and mortgage specialists will be on hand on Saturday 29 March to offer advice and explain options such as the government-backed Help to Buy scheme which is available at the development.
With demand for homes at The Coppice in Deeping St James, situated between Peterborough, Stamford and Spalding, proving high, residential property developer Larkfleet Homes has decided that the time is now right to launch the third phase of the development, which comprises nine two-, three- and four-bedroom properties.
In the last of our series of articles on the property market in 2014, we publish the thoughts and hopes of senior executives from housebuilders, investment companies and estate agencies for the year ahead. Read on to see how they think the market will develop throughout the next 12 months, what the outlook is for first-time buyers in particular and what they would do if they were made Chancellor of the Exchequer for the day.