Huge in­ter­est in de­vel­op­ment

Now is an ex­cel­lent time to think about in­vest­ing in a big­ger prop­erty, says Pam Rear­don, sales and mar­ket­ing di­rec­tor of David Wil­son Homes

Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District - East Kent Property - - HOMESNEWS -

from any bank state­ment.

Don’t at­tempt to hide any­thing about your fi­nan­cial sit­u­a­tion. It is al­ways bet­ter to be up front and hon­est about your out­go­ings.

Lenders ap­pre­ci­ate a clear pic­ture about how much you spend, or ex­pect to spend in the fu­ture. They are rarely in­ter­ested in your fam­ily’s credit score – un­less you have joint fi­nances. If you feel a fam­ily mem­ber, part­ner or house­mate’s sit­u­a­tion may dam­age your ap­pli­ca­tion, keep your fi­nances com­pletely sep­a­rate.

Many peo­ple be­lieve hav­ing no his­tory of credit is a good thing. That is cer­tainly not the case when you ap­ply for a mort­gage.

Al­though you should never get in debt to build up a credit his­tory, by tak­ing out a credit card and us­ing it reg­u­larly you will be­gin to build a credit his­tory.

If you aren’t al­ready, reg­is­ter for the elec­toral roll as you’re un­likely to get credit with­out it. Just launched to the mar­ket is Tay­lor Wim­pey’s new Tem­plars Rise de­vel­op­ment in Med­way.

The de­vel­op­ment fea­tures a se­lec­tion of two, three and four-bed­room homes, with prices from £276,500 to £450,000.

Many of the first re­lease of homes sold im­me­di­ately af­ter the re­cent launch.

Ja­son Stokes of Tay­lor Wim­pey said: “We are al­ready re­ceiv­ing an in­cred­i­ble amount of in­ter­est in this beau­ti­fully de­signed de­vel­op­ment, which of­fers a tran­quil, tree-lined set­ting close to the bustling cen­tre of Strood.”

Each of the new homes at Tem­plars Rise will be com­pleted to a high-stan­dard spec­i­fi­ca­tion, in­clud­ing en­ergy-ef­fi­cient cen­tral heat­ing, dou­ble glaz­ing and a fit­ted kitchen with in­te­grated oven, hob and hood.

Tem­plars Rise is at the for­mer Tem­ple School site in Strood and en­joys a peace­ful set­ting in an es­tab­lished House builder Bar­ratt Homes has an­nounced plans for five new sites in Kent, cre­at­ing 1,059 homes and sup­port­ing 2,110 jobs.

The pro­pos­als fol­low a strong re­cov­ery in the hous­ing mar­ket res­i­den­tial area. Strood has a wide ar­ray of ameni­ties close by, in­clud­ing shops, su­per­mar­kets, pubs and places to eat.

Med­way Val­ley Park is just fol­low­ing the suc­cess of the Help to Buy scheme.

The ex­act lo­ca­tions of the schemes have not yet been re­leased but in­clude new sites in Hythe, Maid­stone and Har­ri­et­sham. two miles away and fea­tures a multi-screen cinema, ho­tel, restau­rants and a leisure com­plex.

For com­muters, Strood rail­way sta­tion pro­vides reg­u­lar trains to Lon­don St Pan­cras in just over half an hour, and many other des­ti­na­tions across the South East. The M2 and M25 is also within easy reach, while the M20 is less than seven miles away.

Par­ents will ap­pre­ci­ate the wide se­lec­tion of schools nearby, in­clud­ing the All Faiths’ Chil­dren’s Academy and English Mar­tyrs’ Catholic Pri­mary School.

The sales of­fice is now open and home-buy­ers can reg­is­ter an in­ter­est in the new homes at Tem­plars Rise on­line at www.tay­lor­wim­pey.co.uk

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