PROSPECTIVE homebuyers are invited to a special event to discover how they can purchase a new home close to the town centre of Wigan.
Visitors to the College Court development on Saturday February 8 will be able to take part in Redrow’s Homebuyer Surgery and find out about financial and practical help available to them, such as Help to Buy or part exchange, as well as have the chance to talk to various independent experts.
Claire Jarvis, sales director for Redrow Homes (Lancashire), said: “With the property market taking a positive turn, now is an ideal time for potential buyers to come along to College Court and find out how we can help them.
“On the day we will have independent mortgage advisers, solicitors and estate agents on hand to talk customers through the different options and help them decide which one might be best for their individual circumstances.”
Visitors will also have the opportunity to look around the showhomes so they can experience first-hand the quality specification of Redrow’s new homes and see the kind of lifestyle on offer at the development.
Located off Robin Court Road, College Court offers a good choice of competitively priced properties, ranging from two-bedroom apartments to four-bedroom detached family homes, with the Government backed Help to Buy scheme making them even easier to afford.
For instance, the three-bedroom Letchworth property at £159,995 can be bought for an initial outlay of only £127,996 using Help to Buy. Customers will need a 5% deposit of £8,000 and a 75% mortgage, with the balance covered by a 20% equity loan which is interest free for five years.
All of the homes at College Court boast a high specification as standard. Kitchens are well equipped with integrated top brand name appliances, while bathrooms and en-suite boast quality fixtures and fittings.
For those moving up the property ladder, Redrow may even consider part exchange – allowing them to put the value of their existing property towards the cost of their brand new home, so avoiding estate agent’s fees and being stuck in a complicated housing chain.
The Homebuyer Surgery event at College Court will take place from 11am to 4pm on Saturday, February 8.