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Click for More Home owners looking to take their second step on the property ladder have seen affordability improve in the past twelve months due to higher equity levels, according to the latest Lloyds TSB Homemovers Review.Increased optimism in the market is spurring many potential buyers to seriously consider their next rung on the ladder.
Click for More When Sundar (38) & Priya (37) Ganesh and their nine year old daughter, Lakshana moved into their four bedroom house at Mayfield Park, in Carshalton Beeches with Bellway Homes’ Help to Buy scheme, they were so delighted that they recommended the house next door to their old neighbours, to be reunited again.“Our former property was really a DIY project so to now have a brand new home is just fantastic.It is the first time we have bought new and as far as I am concerned it is perfect.” Ross and Charlie bought a three storey townhouse which is really spacious and is easily able to accommodate, two children, a dog, a cat and a fish!“As well as donating toys, we are encouraging the community to get involved and buy an extra present.Even a selection box could make Christmas more special to a child who might not receive many presents.” Click for More Having struggled to get their feet on the property ladder as individuals, twin sisters Elizabeth and Loren Kitchen combined their resources to buy an apartment on Bellway’s Fenton Park development in Middleton, Leeds.For those looking to take that step up from their first property, Bellway Homes are offering a selection of comfortable family houses at Kingley Grange in Rayleigh, Essex perfect for those who are seeking good value and a great location.
Karen Coulson, sales director of Bellway Homes Essex comments: “The spacious houses at Kingley Grange are proving popular with those seeking to move up the property ladder, for example couples with growing families who are moving out of London to get more for their money.
We also always wanted a new build, as we feel the quality and size is far better than a second hand property.
All the maintenance and finishing is done, it looks like a show home, I won’t need to do anything to the house for at least another 10 years!
Only a small handful of housebuilders achieved five-star status this year.
Bellway Chief Executive Ted Ayres attributed the success to a ‘culture of customer care’ within the business.
“It gives us an extra family room downstairs so the children can have their space to play freely, leaving us with a lovely lounge that is calm, cosy and clutter free! “The style and layout of this house just suits us so well.” Click for More Bellway Homes has let three lifesize acrylic cows out to graze at local organisations in Streatham as part of their ‘Design a Cow Hide cowpetition’, highlighting development works on the Valley Road Old Dairy Crest site, which will provide a collection of contemporary two bedroom apartments and four bedroom houses.