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The house builder has incentives on a range of new properties so that would-be movers don't need to have a big deposit saved or even have their current home on the market.

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  • Under the Part Exchange scheme, Taylor Wimpey purchases buyers' existing properties for an agreed price, based on the average of independent professional valuations. With the house builder as the guaranteed purchaser, buyers can remain in their current properties until the new homes in west London are ready to move into.

    The Government-backed First Buy scheme lets qualifying first time buyers with a household income below £60,000 secure selected homes for 80 per cent of the full purchase price - including a deposit of just 5 per cent. The remaining 20 per cent is financed with a joint loan from Taylor Wimpey and the Homes and Communities Agency, which is repayable at the end of the 25 year mortgage term, or when the property is sold.

    Tim Betts, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "At Taylor Wimpey, we're firm believers in the old adage that you shouldn't put off until tomorrow what you can do today - and aspiring purchasers may be surprised at how quickly we can get them moving to their dream home at one of our high quality homes in west London.

    "Our fantastic buyer incentives are designed to make it quick, easy and affordable to secure a brand new Taylor Wimpey property in west London, regardless of the customer's individual circumstances.

    "That's why we're urging those who fear that their dream move into one of our stunning apartments, or houses in west London may be out of their reach to think again - and talk to us about how we can turn their dream into reality today."

    First Buy closed to new applications in April 2013. Click here for the latest incentives.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional.

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