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Buying the biggest asset in your life maybe challenging, you will need the right professionals by your side.

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Why buy through us

Buying process

  • Decide on what you need
  • Choose the area
  • Work out the finances
  • Arrange for a mortgage
  • Look for a good solicitor
  • Property Search
  • View ample properties
  • Make the offer
  • Sales progression
  • Exchange contracts
  • Completion
  • Moving day
  • After moving

First Time Buyers – New homes

There is no better feeling than moving to your first home. With a wide range of newly built properties available with Help to Buy across the nation, it is very important you choose the correct property that suits your requirements.

Our experienced team can point out the pros and cons of buying a new built property.

Help To Buy

The UK government has created the Help to Buy scheme to help hard working people to take a step to own a property.

If you’re a first-time buyer in England, you can apply for a Help to Buy: Equity Loan.

This is a loan from the government that you put towards the cost of buying a newly built home.

You can borrow a minimum of 5% and up to a maximum of 20% (40% in London) of the full purchase price of a new-build home.

You must buy your home from a home builder registered for Help to Buy: Equity Loan.

The amount you pay for a home depends on where in England you buy it.

Help to Buy Equity Loan price caps – April 2021 to March 2023

Region Maximum property price
North East £186,100
North West £224,400
Yorkshire and the Humber £228,100
East Midlands £261,900
West Midlands £255,600
East of England £407,400
London £600,000
South East £437,600
South West £349,000

The equity loan, the deposit you have saved, and your repayment mortgage cover the total cost of buying your newly built home.

The percentage you borrow is based on the market value of your home when you buy it.

You do not pay interest on the equity loan for the first 5 years. You start to pay interest in year 6, on the equity loan amount you borrowed.

The equity loan payments are interest only, so you do not reduce the amount you owe.

You can repay all or part of your equity loan at any time. A part payment must be at least 10% of what your home is worth at the time of repayment.



Cladding

Cladding is a material which is wrapped around the outside of a building to improve appearance and energy efficiency.

After the devastating Grenfell Tower fire in London, the fire authorities have imposed more and more strict measures over cladding and fire safety for apartment blocks.

Every building needs to have a valid EWS1 certificate passed within the required level.

What is an EWS1



The new EWS1 form, or External Wall Fire Review form, is intended to record in a consistent and universal manner, what assessments have been carried out on the external wall construction of residential apartment buildings.

Fine homes

Our team strives to acquire some of the best homes in the area.

From conservation areas and private roads to highly sought-after neighbourhoods, we strive to acquire the best properties for our clients.

Please register your interest with us if you are looking for a fine home.

Investment property

Property development is proven to be a great way to generate high income and ROI. Our sales team regularly acquires and source unique property deals.

We work with most of the probate lawyers in the nation and various other networks to be the first to bring probate and distressed properties into the market.

If you are looking for a probate property, properties with short leases and distressed properties please register you interest.

Buy to Let

Although Buy to Let is a great investment option, it’s important to understand where you stand in the property market.

With the constant new legislation imposed on Buy to Let landlords, it is vital to choose a professional estate agency to find the right property and manage your asset.

Buy to Let landlords faces various other threats such as competition from Build to Rent corporate landlords, large supply of new builds and overseas landlords entering the market.

Considering all the threats affecting the Buy to Let market, we offer a unique strategy for our Buy to Let clients to stay ahead of the competition.

Read our latest Blog about the Buy to Let property market.

If you like to learn more, read our market research page

Conveyancing


A conveyancer can make or break a sale. A slow solicitor/conveyancer can cause unnecessary delays and may lead to your purchase to fall through. Choose a good solicitor who can act on your behalf.

When looking for a solicitor, it's a good idea to source someone through recommendations, check their reviews, speed and process before instructing

We would suggest looking for a solicitor when you start the process of viewings properties