Fast-acting buyers can be among the first to choose from a new selection of apartments now on sale at Taylor Wimpey's Oasis @ Buckingham Park development.
Taylor Wimpey's two bedroom Buckingham Square apartments are now on sale with prices starting at £120,000.
The Government's Help to Buy scheme is also available at the development in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, so homebuyers are being urged to hurry to choose their favourite plot.
Steve Rolt, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, said: "This superb selection of brand new homes has been released in response to considerable demand from local property seekers and we're already experiencing plenty of interest in the first plots available."
Each apartment in the Buckingham Square collection benefits from an open plan kitchen/living/dining room, two bedrooms and a main bathroom off the entrance hallway, plus allocated parking outside.
Under the Government's Help to Buy shared equity scheme, eligible first time buyers and existing homeowners can secure their new home at Oasis @ Buckingham Park for 80 per cent of its full price - that's £96,000, including a 5 per cent deposit as low as £6,000.
Help to Buy customers receive a 20 per cent Government loan to help with the purchase of their new home, and there is no salary cap for buyers taking advantage of the scheme. Alternatively, the NewBuy initiative gives credit-worthy purchasers the chance to access their choice of homes with a 95 per cent mortgage.
Aylesbury is a bustling town with a host of shopping and leisure opportunities including the Friars Square indoor shopping centre, while the town's market still meets on the cobbles of the old Market Square, and the ongoing Waterside project will create a new shopping centre including a Waitrose supermarket.
There is a good selection of schools for children of all ages in the town, including three grammar schools and a further education college.
The recent opening of the Aylesbury Vale Parkway rail station puts the development just one hour from Marylebone station, with trains running twice an hour at peak times, while commuters also enjoy excellent rail links to Oxford and Reading.
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