With the Welsh Government's announcement of a £36m package of regeneration projects across North Wales to improve town centres and upgrade homes, many buyers will be looking to invest now - and benefit later.
From further development at Colwyn Bay's Waterfront to a new Creative Industries and Arts Centre Development in Wrexham, the improvements are wide-ranging and focus on four local authorities: Anglesey (£7.49m), Conwy (£12.02m), Flintshire (£6.02m) and Wrexham (£10.59m).
House buyers in North Wales looking for a lively place to live need look no further than Wrexham, the region's largest town. With a population of 42,576, Wrexham has a good choice of high street shops, bars and restaurants coupled with excellent parking and leisure facilities, as well as good road links.
Marc Da Silva takes his regular look at the affordable new homes market across the UK with the latest news on affordable housing schemes in Greater Manchester, East Lothian, Lancashire, Merseyside and Wales.
Housing associations across the country will receive funds to collectively deliver close to 14,000 new affordable homes outside London, ministers have announced. Work on the new homes are scheduled to start by March 2015 and completed by 2017.
With the average age of a first-time buyer in the range of 35, according to a recent survey by Post Office Mortgages, Redrow Homes is helping those looking for their first home in North Wales to get onto the property ladder for less with its easi:buy shared equity scheme.
Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has announced that it is slashing £10,000 off three house styles, as part of an end of summer sale, at its Mountain View development in Wrexham.
The new homes developer is also offering a shared equity EasyStart scheme on these properties, meaning buyers can benefit from purchasing a new home for 85% of the price now, with just a 5% deposit required; making them even more affordable.
Award winning houses usually come with a large pricetag, however customers are able to put off paying 15% of the purchase price on trophy winning new Welsh homes with a traditional feel for up to 10 years.
House-hunters hoping to find a property in North Wales have a greater choice of new homes to choose from with the launch of a new phase at Redrow's Ty Newydd in Wrexham. Yale Walk is the latest part of the development to be offered to purchasers and features a range of three- and four-bedroom houses for sale from £187,995 to £235,000.
Family homebuyers are invited to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in style with Redrow Homes, at its new homes development in Wrexham this weekend (Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd June) with some regal offers on selected properties.
Packed with history, culture and spectacular scenery, North Wales has a lot to offer those who find a property there. Lively towns such as Wrexham, Rhyl and Bangor provide shopping and entertainment; the region's varied landscapes offer countless opportunities for outdoor activities; and coastal resorts such as Colwyn Bay offer traditional seaside family fun.