Mr Stuart was invited to lay the final stone at the eagerly awaited development, marking an important milestone for the five star housebuilder and Beverley residents looking for an affordable home.
The Worx is a superb development of 38 homes, situated at Figham Road, Beverley. Since its opening in March, eleven buyers have been able to purchase a dream home at a great price thanks to the HomeBuy Direct scheme.
HomeBuy Direct means that buyers can move into a new home for just 70 per cent of the purchase price. The remainder is provided as a joint equity loan shared between Barratt and the Government’s Homes and Communities Agency. Because a smaller mortgage is required, monthly repayments are much more affordable. To register or to find out more information buyers can visit Barratt Homes.
Buyers can still take advantage of the fantastic deal to purchase a stylish two bedroom apartment for just £78,396 (list price £111,995) at The Worx with a deposit as little as £3919. Those who are interested need to hurry as all applications need to be complete in a matter of weeks.
Graham Stuart said; “I am more than delighted to lay the final stone at this highly successful development. Getting on the property ladder can be very difficult but thanks to schemes like HomeBuy Direct many more people have been able to make the step.”
“By working with housebuilders such as Barratt we hope to see more hard working local people move into their dream home.”
“This development is perfect for first time buyers in Beverley who thought that a new home was out of their reach. I am pleased to say we have already received high interest from these people who are now able to buy a brand new home with a low deposit in the heart of this fantastic town.”
The Worx offers a selection of two and three bedroom homes priced from £111,995. For more information, please contact the sales office on 0800 590733 open daily from 10am to 5pm or visit Barratt Homes.
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