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In a recent independently conducted satisfaction survey, 100% of buyers at Stewart Milne Homes' luxury Newton Mearns development, Greenwood Manor, gave the housebuilder top marks for the buying experience and said they would recommend them to their best friend.
Following the welcome boost this year's budget gave to homebuyers, Taylor Wimpey in Scotland has now raised eligibility for its Easystart shared equity scheme from homes up to £170,000, to those selling for up to £250,000. The scheme will now also be available to both first- and second-time buyers.
Ambitious plans to develop up to 16,000 affordable homes in Edinburgh in the next decade will be debated at City Chambers this week.
As a new phase of homes is released there, would-be first-time homebuyers are being given a helping hand at Orchard Park in Motherwell, where developer Bett Homes is now offering shared equity on some of new homes currently available there. This means that they can own an apartment at the development for less than £80 per week.
Homeowners looking to upgrade to a brand new home in Dalkeith, Midlothian have just one weekend to take advantage of a special offer at CALA Homes' The Glade. On 20th and 21st April, the current What House? Housebuilder of the Year is offering a 100% Part Exchange on all available homes at the development in Ironmills.
House-hunters looking to find a new home in Perthshire may be pleasantly surprised by the variety of new build properties currently on the market. Families of all shapes and sizes are catered for, with everything from one-bedroom houses to five-bedroom villas available. Perthshire is a well sought-after area due to its location in the heart of Scotland while its bustling towns and scenic countryside offering the best of both worlds from a lifestyle point of view.
Whathouse.co.uk's news editor Marc Da Silva takes his regular look at affordable new homes projects across the UK.
The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations has cast doubt on the Scottish government's ability to meet its own targets of developing 6,000 affordable homes a year, of which 4,000 will be for social rent.
With two universities, plenty of bars, restaurants, shops, attractions and a whole redevelopment at the Waterfront in progress, Scotland's fourth largest city has a lot going for it. House-hunters looking to find a new home in Dundee will find the new-build housing market just as bustling at the city itself, with a great variety of properties currently on the market.
Stewart Milne Homes has launched the first show home for its new collection of detached family homes at The Fairways, Portlethen. This new development has proved popular with buyers and almost half the first phase has been sold since it was launched in January. With the addition of the new selection, The Fairways now offers buyers a range of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom detached houses.