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Housebuilder welcomes spring selling season with launch of new homes


Housebuilders in Wales are helping to meet the rising demand for homes in what looks set to be the busiest time of year on the property market. Te spring selling season has started strongly at Bellway’s Wales division – and the housebuilder is planning to meet continuing high levels of demand with the launch of two new sites. Te Government-backed Help to Buy Wales scheme is proving particularly popular. 40 per cent of Bellway customers in Wales purchased their home with the scheme in the past six months. Te housebuilder, which retained five-star builder status with the HBF (Home Builders Federation) in March based on high customer satisfaction levels, is on track to complete 10,000 homes in the current financial year across the UK.


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Bellway Wales is launching its Awel Y Môr development in Swansea in May, followed by its Springfields at Hunts Grove development over the border in Hardwicke, Gloucestershire in the summer. New plots are also being released for sale as construction progresses at existing developments in Cardiff and Newport, and in Gloucestershire. Billie Oaten, Sales Director for Bellway Wales, said: “Te phenomenon of the spring selling season looks set to have a noticeable impact on sales this year, with visitor numbers at developments across the region already looking strong, and we are looking to meet this demand with the launch of new homes across our area. “We’re also seeing continuing interest in the Help to Buy Wales scheme, which can enable


prospective purchasers to move sooner – or to a larger home – than they might otherwise have afforded. “Tere’s a growing momentum in the market, and I’d advise anyone considering moving home to act now, or they could find they’ve missed out on their perfect place.” Help to Buy Wales allows purchasers to buy a new-build home with 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 from the Government, which is interest free for the first five years of homeownership. Help to Buy Wales can be used to purchase a home up to the value of £300,000. More information about Bellway Wales’ new homes across the region is available at bellway.co.uk.


New Homes Wales and the South West


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