Home Hunters In Ashby Act Fast To Save On Stamp Duty

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3rd Dec 2020 | Local News

Houses in Ashtree Gardens
Houses in Ashtree Gardens

Homebuyers in Ashby have been rushing to save thousands of pounds on the cost of moving, in anticipation of the stamp duty holiday ending next year.

Bellway, which is building new homes at Ashtree Gardens, off Burton Road, has seen a flurry of interest in the development as people realise that time is running out to take advantage of the scheme.

Through Bellway's Express Mover scheme, where homeowners list their current property with a recommended local agent and Bellway pays the agency fees, sales regularly proceed to exchange within six weeks.

However, with demand high and limited plots available within the stamp duty holiday, buyers hoping to complete before the end of March are more likely to do so if they reserve their new home before Christmas,

There's a choice of three and four-bedroom homes currently available to reserve at Ashtree Gardens. For example, buyers can save £7,725 in stamp duty on the four-bedroom Knighton at the development, priced at £354,500, if they complete their purchase before the March deadline.

Sales Director at Bellway West Midlands, Marie Richards, said: "Housebuyers have been enjoying substantial savings on the cost of moving at Ashtree Gardens, thanks to the current stamp duty holiday.

"And as the end of the scheme draws nearer, we're seeing more people wanting to buy now to make sure they don't miss out.

"We've found that many of our homes which will be ready to move into before the end of March are in high demand. People are looking to reserve before Christmas to ensure they can secure their dream new home before the deadline."

Three-bedroom houses are currently for sale at Ashtree Gardens priced from £255,524, and four-bedroom designs from £346,935.

For more information, call the sales team on 01530 553576, or visit Bellway website

     

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