Help to Buy at Graven HillOffering a great value investment and long term security, our Custom Build products offer a home designed by you, for you. Available with Help to Buy.

You could own a home at Graven Hill for less than you think. With Help to Buy, all you need is a 5% deposit and you could be eligible for a loan of to to 20% on the purchase price of your new home.

Plots 227 & 229

Plot 227 - 229 notional design for Tailored Finish at Graven Hill Plots 227-229 Indicative Help to Buy Prices

For example, on Plots 227 and 229 (currently available with special incentives on stamp duty and legal fees), you would require just £22,250 as a 5% deposit. Offering a choice of two layouts, these contemporary three-bedroom homes will be bespoke to your specifications. Set for winter 2018 completion, these high quality homes are easy to manage and maintain and are set in an unbeatable location with excellent transport links.

Plots 111 & 114

Plots 111-116 at Graven Hill Plots 111-116 Indicative Help to Buy Prices

Plots 111 and 114 will require £15,250 as a 5% Help to Buy deposit. Built to high energy-efficiency standards and also offering a choice of layouts, these two bedroom terraced homes are an ideal first home. With an extensive range of kitchen and bathroom choices, it’s easy to put your personal stamp on these move-in ready homes and make them your own.

To find out more about Help to Buy on our Custom Build properties and to discuss your eligibility, get in touch with our Sales team on 01869 396 070 or email [email protected].

Eligible applicants for Help to Buy will be offered an equity loan of up 20% of the purchase price (based on the open market value). Applicants are required to fund at least 80% of the purchase price by means of a conventional mortgage, savings or any deposit. For the first five years, there is no fee charged on the equity loan. At the start of year six, a fee of 1.75% will be payable on the equity loan, which will rise annually by RPI inflation, plus 1%. Further terms and conditions apply and full details can be found on the Help to Buy website. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.