BARRATT Developments South Wales has today announced that it will be bringing its first ever Help to Buy – Wales Roadshow to a Swansea development.
The event will be coming to Pentref Llewelyn in Penllergaer on Saturday, May 6.
The series of events will celebrate the extension of Help to Buy — Wales, which will now run until 2025, with a higher price cap of £300,000 on eligible new-build properties — in line with average house prices in Wales.
Attended by Help to Buy – Wales experts and independent mortgage advisors and the Barratt sales teams, the drop-in events will run between 12pm and 4pm, providing prospective buyers with the opportunity to ask questions and seek free advice over a cup of tea.
Richard Lawson, Sales Director at Barratt Developments South Wales, said: “Stepping onto the property ladder for the first time is an exciting milestone, and we want to help make this process as straightforward as possible for prospective buyers.
“We have a variety of schemes available to help support buyers, including Help to Buy — Wales, and we welcome anyone to come along to find out more and ask any questions they might have about the house-buying process — no matter how big or small.
“Having recently been awarded the maximum five-stars in the annual Home Builders Federation New Homes Customer Satisfaction Survey — for a record-breaking 14th year in a row — we take pride in the quality of services we provide, and hope our roadshow will help even more buyers realise their ambition of becoming a homeowner.”
Since its launch in January 2014, Help to Buy — Wales has helped 13,405 buyers purchase a new-build home — of which, nearly 80% were first-time buyers stepping onto the property ladder for the first time.
To find out more about the Roadshow, please contact the development: https://www.barratthomes.co.uk/new-homes/dev001007-pentref-llewelyn,-penllergaer/
For more information about Help to Buy — Wales and to access Barratt Developments’ free mortgage calculator, please visit: www.barratthomes.co.uk/offers/help-to-buy-wales/