Buying a new home could save house buyers up to £45,000, according to the Home Builders Federation. While period homes have their attractive qualities, they also have high maintenance bills, high refurbishment costs, higher utility bills and the ongoing worry about the onset of damp, woodworm or rot.
Brand new homes are built to a very high standard so you can forget about repairs, maintenance and renovation - and in the unlikely event that something does go wrong, the NHBC/Premier Buildmark Warranty is in place for ten years. New homes are also built to be incredibly energy efficient and well insulated so take much less energy to heat.
"We have had so many buyers at our two sites in Monmouth who have commented on what a thoroughly enjoyable experience it is to own one of our new homes," says Lorraine Kendrick, Marketing & Sales Manager, at Redcliffe Homes. "Being in a new home has taken such a weight off their minds. It's been particularly rewarding for older people who have downsized and want a worry-free life with everything they need at the fingertips; and also for younger people who are starting off on their home-owning journey and want as little hassle and extra cost as possible."
Redcliffe Homes' new developments at Llangattock Court and The Rolls Buildings contain some truly luxurious one and two-bed apartments, which have been designed to be bright and airy, with light flooding through large windows. They really are a special place to live in the heart of this popular town.
Buying new also means there is no chain of buyers to worry about - and if you're not a first-time buyer, Redcliffe will even help you sell your existing home. Help to Buy applies to all apartments on this development too.
For more information, contact our Sales Advisor at Llangattock Court on 01600 712772 or The Rolls Buildings on 01600 711751. www.redcliffehomes.co.uk