First time buyers are being urged to find out how the house builder can make it easy to step onto the property ladder.
Taylor Wimpey can offer advice from its team of financial advisers to make sure that purchasers in search of new homes in East Anglia can take advantage of the best deals available.
Stacy Dornan, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in East Anglia, said: "Many potential first time buyers are stuck in a rental rut, with restrictions on mortgage lending, property prices and the cost of living making home ownership seem unattainable.
"Despite the challenging conditions, we've helped a large number of first time buyers take the step onto the ladder and I want to encourage would-be purchasers who've given up on their moving dream to pay us a visit - there may well be something we can do to help."
Taylor Wimpey has a range of homes in developments across Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex, including one and two bedroom apartments and coach houses with contemporary open plan living areas and two bedroom starter homes with private gardens.
At the Hunters Park development in Costessey, Norwich, Taylor Wimpey is offering to pay 5 per cent towards the deposit of qualifying first time buyers on selected plots.
And by owning a home rather than renting, purchasers can save themselves a fortune on their monthly outgoings.
An estimated monthly mortgage payment on a two bedroom Douglas terraced home at Kings Reach in Kings Lynn is just £368, compared with the average rent for a two bedroom house in Kings Lynn of £574, offering potential annual savings running into thousands of pounds.
Furthermore, first time buyers can save themselves tens of thousands of pounds by owning a brand new Taylor Wimpey home instead of buying on the second hand market.
A two bedroom Belstead apartment at Concept in Red Lodge, Suffolk, is priced from just £104,995, a saving of more than £20,000 on the price of a typical two bedroom property in the IP28 postcode area.
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