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Kebbell Homes, the family-owned housebuilder celebrating 60 years in the industry in 2013, is inviting house-hunters in North Yorkshire to a special event taking place at its boutique development in Hutton Rudby this weekend.
From 12noon to 5.00pm on Saturday and Sunday, the housebuilder is hosting a Home Exchange event to explain to homebuyers how they can use their existing home to buy a brand new one at The Huttons. Guests can enjoy a glass or two of Pimm's while they look around the development and find out all about the Home Exchange offer from the Kebbell Homes staff.
With its first homeowners settled in, Redrow's Oaklands development is already taking shape and the housebuilder is inviting house-hunters looking for a property in North Yorkshire to attend a special event at the Easingwold development this weekend.
At the age of 26, Kerry Bhanvra had spent most of her life in the sought-after village of Appleton Roebuck, North Yorkshire, living with her parents. Much of the village is a designated Conservation Area, with numerous 18th- and 19th-century buildings, and properties rarely come up for sale on the market.
Though she was keen to get a foot on the property ladder herself, the freelance graphic designer was unable to afford to buy a property in the village on the open market due to the large deposit she would need to put down.
House-hunters are invited to come to Taylor Wimpey's latest scheme of new homes in North Yorkshire this weekend as the housebuilder opens the doors of the development to the public for the first time. From Saturday 5th January, homebuyers will be able to visit Brookdale, in the village of Aiskew, in person. The event takes place from 11.00am to 4.00pm.
What better way to keep to your New Year's resolution to buy a new home in 2013 than by visiting The Huttons, the Kebbell Homes development in Hutton Rudby, on Tuesday 1st January? The developer is opening up the scheme to house-hunters between noon and 4pm, so that they can see the new homes on offer for themselves and speak in person to the Kebbell Homes team. They can also enjoy a bank holiday treat of champagne and chocolates.
There are a range of useful schemes for first-time buyers and shared equity is one of the key options available for householders earning less than £60,000 a year. With Taylor Wimpey’s Easystart shared equity scheme, buyers are able to get on the ladder with a five percent deposit and only have to pay 85% of their new home despite owning 100%.
A planning application for the construction of over 700 new homes in a village near Selby has been approved by planners at Selby District Council.
The council's planning committee has approved three separate proposals for a total of 718 new homes across various developments in Sherburn-in-Elmet.
With mortgage lenders demanding large deposits from first-time buyers and movers looking for the best interest rates, over the past few years many people who have wanted to move home have not been able to do so. Those looking for a first home have often been stuck in increasingly expensive property to rent while they try to save a lump sum to put down on a home of their own.