Why spring 2019 is the best time to buy a brand-new home

Spring is the perfect season to make a fresh start, so as the weather improves and the days get longer, this could be the ideal time of year for house-hunters to secure their dream home. Housebuilders such as Bellway Wales are working hard to ensure buyers can begin to make their move, just in time for them to enjoy the sunshine in their new gardens… Billie Oaten, Sales Director for Bellway Wales, said: “With the winter months now behind us, people are beginning to plan for the year ahead, so we’ve put together a few reasons why they should make the most of the spring buying season.”

Don’t miss out on Help to Buy Te Government-backed Help to Buy scheme has helped thousands of people secure their own property since it was

introduced in 2013. By using the scheme, purchasers can buy a new-build home with just a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage. Te remaining 20 per cent is provided in the form of an equity loan, which is interest free for the first five years of home ownership. But with the Help to Buy scheme due to end in 2023 and a range of low interest rate mortgages currently available, there has never been a better time for people to turn their dream of becoming a homeowner into a reality. Get your garden ready for summer Te summer months are just around the corner, so if you’re dreaming of warm summer evenings, you will need the perfect garden to spend them in. Buying a new home in the spring means you will have plenty of time to get your garden looking beautiful, so you can sit back

and relax when the hot weather hits… hopefully! Take advantage of the warmer weather Te mild weather in spring is one of the many reasons why it

is the best

time of year to move home. With the cold months behind us, you no longer need to worry about icy roads or the chance of snow fall when planning your move.

Equally, moving between

March and June means you will miss out on the sweltering hot weather, with cooler spring temperatures perfect for unpacking boxes and rearranging your new home.

Selling your old house becomes easier If you’re selling an old house, it is important to ensure it’s looking its very best when any potential buyers turn up to look round. Not only is spring the ideal time to have that long-awaited

clear out but with the sun shining, the grass turning green and the flowers beginning to blossom, buyers will be able to see your house in all its glory. The whole family can move stress free Moving home when you have children can be particularly stressful, especially when it means they will be moving schools. If you’re a family looking to move, it makes things easier if it affects your child’s education as little as possible. By making the move in the spring your child can get settled at their new school in the summer term and meet up with their new friends over the summer holidays, ready for a great start in September. Bellway Wales is building new homes across South Wales and Gloucestershire. More information can be found at


Homebuyers eager to settle in Radyr are in for a treat when they visit Goitre Fach following the opening of the sales office and show home.

David Wilson Homes’ latest development offers the perfect combination of tree-lined privacy and easy access to all local amenities. The selection of four and five bedroom homes has brought huge interest from buyers. And now visitors to Goitre Fach have the chance to see for themselves everything the Layton design has to offer - thanks to a stylish new show home. “We have been selling homes off-plan but are delighted to have opened a new sales office at the development,” said sales director, Richard Lawson. “It is very exciting to also be launching the first homes we’re building here - and a show home for our Layton house type.”

On the ground floor the lounge and large kitchen not only have a sense of outdoor living thanks to French doors which look directly out onto the garden but are


also the perfect setting for entertaining and making the most of the ample garden. There's also a separate dining room and study, giving everyone plenty of space to enjoy family time at home. Upstairs are the family bathroom and four well- proportioned bedrooms, including the large, dual aspect master bedroom with en-suite. “The Layton, which is priced from £490,000 is

the perfect addition to this beautiful, tree-lined, development,” added Richard. “Buyers of this and the other spacious homes featured here will enjoy peace and quiet, whilst being well connected to nearby towns and cities - with excellent commuting to both Cardiff and Swansea.”

For more details about the Layton at Goitre Fach, visit or call 0330 057 6000.

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