Staff at Barratt Yorkshire East are celebrating after enjoying remarkable sales success in the year just gone, showing that demand for new homes in the area remains strong despite the mixed national picture.
The Yorkshire-based housebuilder sold homes worth £30 million in the final six months of the year just ended – hitting its own internal targets. The outcome provides solid evidence that demand in the local housing market remain strong.
“We are proud of our reputation for building high quality homes in great locations throughout the region which has enabled us to perform strongly despite the uncertainty about the wider economy at the moment,” said Paul Hogan, Sales Director at Barratt Yorkshire East.
“It is clear that plenty of customers think now is a great time to take their next step on the property ladder. Prices are lower than they were in 2007 and interest rates are low too which means rock bottom mortgage repayments.”
“What gives us the edge over other people selling homes is that we can provide customers with innovative financial incentives which enable them to get a mortgage – the key issue for anyone buying today.”
“It’s a great result for the last six months and speaks volumes about the talent and commitment of our team here in Yorkshire. We’re hoping for continued success and many more satisfied customers in 2011.”
For further information on developments in your area please call central sales on 0800 590733 or visit the web site.
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