Monday 28 September 2020

Property company says now is a perfect time to buy a new home in Gloucester

Now could be the best time to buy a new build property, according to the experts at Miller Homes.

Miller Homes, the property developer behind Scholars Place in Gloucester, has revealed why it believes now is a perfect time to buy a new build property.

While the Coronavirus lockdown has put many house moves on hold, with fewer buyers in the market, there’s much more choice available. And, according to Miller Homes, people looking for new builds now will have their pick of the best plots.

For house hunters wanting extra space between properties or a south-facing garden, for example, there’s a chance to reserve off-plan early, before in-demand properties are snapped up when lockdown is over.

Buying earlier also means more opportunities to personalise a new build property, as it gives buyers the added opportunity to choose how their property will look, from fitted kitchens and bathrooms, down to floor tiles and wall colours.

For the financially savvy, interest rates are at a record low, meaning some tracker mortgages will be cheaper. And while not all lenders are offering new mortgages right now, once lockdown restrictions lift, the low interest rate also means there’ll be plenty of good mortgage deals to choose from.

Miller homes’ development at Scholars Place in Gloucester has a range of spacious three to five-bedroom new build homes, ideal for families looking for more space after lockdown.

Those interested can view available properties at in Scholars Place in Gloucester from the comfort of their current homes as Miller Homes offer virtual tours to house hunters in lockdown.

For more information visit millerhomes.co.uk.

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