The UK's housebuilders offer a bewildering choice of new homes for sale across the country, and as Britain's oldest and most trusted advocate of new homes, What House? magazine and the whathouse.co.uk website are perfectly placed to steer you towards your dream new-build home.
Whether you are looking for the perfect starter home, a bigger property to accommodate a growing family or a smaller property to downsize to later in life, we have details of thousands of plots in hundreds of locations all over Britain. New-build homes also make superb investment properties, with enviable specifications and the latest energy-efficient appliances that make them less expensive to run than older homes.
What's more, if you are on a limited income, you can also find a range of affordable new homes currently available that can help you get onto the property ladder, and if you're looking forward to the end of your working life, today's array of new-build retirement properties will also impress you.
In today's property market, the incentives and assistance schemes offered by housebuilders, for example, part exchange or deposit-paid deals, as well as government schemes such as FirstBuy and NewBuy, mean that homebuyers have far more flexibility when buying a new-build than they do with a re-sale property. The structure of their new home is guaranteed for years, and they end up with a brand new "blank canvas" that they can immediately turn into their dream home. Visit our Housebuilders Directory for regional and national housebuilders.
Start your search for new homes on whathouse.co.uk above, and keep up-to-date with the latest stories, opinions and advice on the new homes market in our daily news section.
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