Last chance to secure Cardiff apartments
First-time buyers hoping to step onto the property ladder in Cardiff have been urged to act fast to secure the last remaining apartment at a new development on the outskirts of the city. Tere is just one one-bedroom apartment leſt at Persimmon Homes’ Te Risings development at St
Edeyrns Village, off junction 30 of the M4. Twenty one-bed apartments have been built on site and were promptly snapped up by eager househunters, many of which were buying for the first time. Priced at £119,995, it reserved shortly.
is sure to be
But for those who do miss out, Persimmon has taken the wraps off a new phase of 24 two-bedroom apartments, called Te Oaks. Te properties overlook public open space and start at £137,995. Tey include modern open plan kitchen/diner/living areas, a master bedroom with ensuite, and a family
bathroom with modern fixtures and fittings. Victoria Williams, sales director at Persimmon Homes East Wales, said: “We have seen phenomenal demand in the apartments at St Edeyrns Village. “New-build apartments are not in abundance in Cardiff, so that is no surprise. “Tey have been popular with a wide range of people, including single professionals and first-time buyers getting that all-important first foot on the ladder. “Househunters will have to be quick to snap up that final apartment on Te Risings, and Te Oaks is sure to sell fast as well.” Tere is a view apartment on site so visitors can step inside a real property to see what is on offer. Persimmon is building 1,020 new properties on the land off junction 30 of the M4, including these highly- desirable flats. Visit www.persimmonhomes.co
m or call 02921 672 972 for details.
Help to Buy offers an easy move for second steppers in South Wales
Homebuyers in South Wales looking for an easy move up the property ladder are being urged to consider the government-backed Help to Buy - Wales scheme, which isn’t just for first time buyers. Five star housebuilder Barratt Homes currently has the Help to Buy - Wales scheme available on selected homes across South Wales to ensure each buyer’s move goes as smoothly as possible. Help to Buy - Wales was launched five years ago and allows buyers to purchase a new home with just a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage on homes up to £300,000. Te remaining 20% is funded by an equity loan, interest-free for the first five years and repayable on the sale of the home.
Richard Lawson, sales director at Barratt Homes, said: “Second steppers may typically find it harder to move up or across the property ladder because of
having the burden of having to sell their own home, as well as getting their finances together for the move. “We want to remind them that
they can benefit from
moving schemes such as Help to Buy - Wales, which they may think is just for first time buyers. “Te scheme provides an excellent aid to people who
may think they will struggle and can end up saving them thousands on a new home that may have been otherwise out of reach. “Our developments across South Wales are all ideally placed for growing families and people looking to upsize, with a good selection of local amenities and transport links near each of our sites.” Barratt Homes currently has properties available across South Wales including Maes Y Deri in Radyr, Morgan’s Meadow in Bridgend, Scholars Park in Dinas Powys and St Michael’s Gate in Torfaen. For
about Barratt Homes in South Wales, visit www. barratthomes.co.uk
or call 0330 057 6000.
New Homes Wales and the South West
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