Tue 16 Dec 2014
Property News: Hillreed Homes
The future of the new homes market for 2015 appears buoyant, for Hillreed Homes
“Making forecasts for the future is never easy, as George Osborne will attest, but based on 2014 figures and the interest levels we achieve on a daily basis, we are fairly optimistic that the new homes market will continue to flourish in the coming year,” says Jo Richards, Head of Sales and Marketing at Hillreed Homes.
2014 has been a good year for developers and buyers alike. The Government’s Help to Buy scheme is assisting many to get on the property ladder with reduced deposits and other financial benefits. New Stamp Duty cuts mean a reduction in costs for an estimated 98% of buyers.
Jo continued; “The market in the South East for new homes is continuing to be buoyant and following a very active year we do not anticipate a downturn in 2015.
“The latest news, launched in the Autumn Statement, radically reducing the cost of Stamp Duty for those buying, can only be good news. The only slight downside may well be that demand will be higher than supply as developers strive to build homes for the many who enjoy the benefits of owning a 21st century built property.”
Hillreed Homes offers a variety of incentives to buyers which include Help to Buy which effectively reduces the initial asking price of a property. Full information on how this scheme works, enabling buyers to proceed with just a 5% deposit, can be found on the Hillreed Homes website.
There is also Home Change, where Hillreed Homes will appoint the estate agent but without the fees. Part Exchange is also an option, whereby the developer purchases the buyer’s current property.
In addition, offers and incentives change weekly on specific plots, so a regular referral to Hillreed’s comprehensive website is a must to seize a bargain or secure your dream plot.
Hillreed Homes is currently marketing luxury apartments in Sevenoaks, and a wide choice of family homes at Iwade and Kings Hill, all in Kent. Delightful three bedroom houses are being built in Hurstpierpoint in West Sussex.