Early purchasers of property at Fairfields in Probus and Trevenson Meadows in Newquay will get the pick of the plots at excellent prices.
Buyers reserving early at the two Cornish developments in Probus and Newquay will also have the maximum choice for their property in terms of style, design and location. They will be able to personalise their new home with a range of fixtures and fittings.
Buyers may even find that once complete, their property has risen in value, which is often the case when buying off-plan. When you add up all these benefits, buying off-plan becomes an understandably tempting proposition for anyone looking to move in the coming year.
At Fairfields, Taylor Wimpey will transform the land formerly owned by the St Merryn company into a selection of homes featuring natural Cornish stone and slate, with some benefiting from views across the Cornish countryside.
Janine Davey, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey's Exeter office, said: "Purchasers in Cornwall have recognised that biding their time may not be beneficial as properties like those available at Fairfields and Trevenson Meadows are being snapped up by those who recognise the benefits that come with buying off-plan."
Situated less than two miles from the coast and close to open countryside, Trenvenson Meadows, which was purchased in conjunction with developer Silex Land, offers the perfect location for buyers seeking a new home in a seaside location.
Taylor Wimpey will offer a range of financial incentives, including its popular Part Exchange scheme, on selected homes at both developments.
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