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
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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