Affordable homes for Wolverhampton's city workers
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People working in Wolverhampton and looking to make their first move onto the housing ladder this summer should look no further than a new scheme by Bromford Homes.
The housing provider has released for sale two three-bedroom houses at Unity - a new development of contemporary homes on Showell Park, which has easy access to the city centre and the motorway network.
Starting from just £49,875*, the properties are available through shared ownership where buyers purchase a 50 per cent share on a new-build home and pay a reduced rent on the outstanding balance.
Beverley Hall, sales and marketing director at Bromford Homes, explained: "Shared ownership exists to support those who can't afford to buy a property outright but who still want all the benefits of owning their own home. Our affordable homes are designed to plug a gap in the local market where house prices are still out of reach for many young people working in the city."
Buyers who snap up one of the two properties available will only have to pay a 5% deposit of just £2,494 and can expect a fitted kitchen/dining area; a downstairs cloakroom; useful store cupboards; well-appointed bathroom and full gas fired central heating.
Beverley said: "The homes even have their own eco credentials as they come with solar panels, double glazing and high performance insulation throughout, which could make those monthly bills a lot easier to handle."
The homes also come with their own garden sheds, landscaped front and rear gardens and allocated parking for two cars. Buyers will get extra peace of mind as the properties are covered by a 10-year National House Building Council New Home warranty.
*Prices equate to a 50% share. Other shares available to buy through Bromford Homes' shared ownership scheme. Monthly rent and service charges also apply. Offer subject to terms and conditions.