Thinking of buying a property - SmartShare has thousands of properties to buy or rent across the UK
Affordable home hunters thinking of buying a new property should consider acting quickly for two reasons.
Firstly the average price in May has risen to £228,041, the highest level since October 2008. This is good news from a property investment perspective however caution is noted as Springtime is predominately a busy period coupled with the continued low base rate.
Secondly, demand continues to be very high for new properties and affordable home buyers may wish to snap up the homes available now. With only 34,000 new home planing permissions granted in Q1 2011 the lack of supply will continue to outweigh demand.
Increasing the volume of new affordable homes must be a top priority for many local authorities and strive to meet the market demand by first time buyers and affordable homes prospectives.
If you are looking for an affordable home, go to the largest selection in the UK from all the top housing associations www.smartshare.co.uk
Looking for an idyllic affordable home set in parkland, along canal side walks and country walks? Wolverton Park’s award-winning town houses, mews houses, apartments and maisonettes are available just four minutes by train to Milton Keynes Central and within an hours commute of London and Birmingham.
The Places for People shared ownership scheme is available offering different purchase options suitable to your personal circumstance, whether you choose part buy part rent or perhaps a long term rental option. Shared ownership mortgages are also available and if you don’t have a deposit, you can borrow up to 100% of the price of your new home.
Still not sold? Place for People also offer a peace of mind guarantee, whereby if you decide to sell your home within the first three years, they will buy it back from you at the price you paid for it.
Look no further, Notting Hill Housing is offering 11 flats to purchase through their shared ownership scheme.
Starting from £139,139 for a 25 per cent minimum share at Trinity Place, in Raynes Park. This new mixed-use development will consist of commercial units, 88 residential apartments and a new public piazza including a new Waitrose on the ground floor.
Trinity Place homes are in one block on the 4th floor, with the street entrance on West Barnes Lane side of the development and offer scenic views of the surrounding tree-lined streets and green areas.
Sounds good? Click here for more details: http://www.smartshare.co.uk/property/view/3967
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Affinity Sutton are pleased to present a range of semi-detached town house style affordable homes which are part of the Miller Homes development in Southampton.
The part buy part rent homes are priced at around £299,950 for a three floor “Greenwich” style home.
Affinity Sutton has estimated that home buyers earning more than £18,000 per annum could purchase one for £28,750 on a part buy part rent basis. For a two bedroom home a £35,000 property could be secured for a household income of £22,000 or more. These properties are currently free from Stamp Duty or Land Tax and include a £500 contribution towards legal and any valuation charges.
Part buy part rent schemes allows you to buy a 25% share and pay a discounted rent on the remaining 75%. At some point in the future, if you are able to afford it, you may purchase additional shares.
Go to the SmartShare calculator to find out what you can afford: http://www.smartshare.co.uk/calculator