Barratt Homes is hosting an event which offers eager buyers the chance to move into a home for just 80 per cent of the purchase price at its new development Vision.

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  • The special Help to Buy event takes place on April 20 at Vision in Keighley and hopes to attract lots of buyers struggling to get onto the property ladder. Barratt Homes representatives will be on hand to advise prospective buyers and take applications for the fabulous new scheme.

    Help to Buy, as announced in The Budget, has launched this month and buyers could find themselves able to snap up a new home thanks to the scheme. It will help get people with a deposit as low as 5 per cent onto the property ladder and offers access to low cost mortgage finance.

    The scheme provides new build buyers with the prospect of a 20 per cent equity loan from the Government, with no interest payable for the first five years.

    Buyers can take advantage of this fantastic new offer and move into the superb three bedroom Barwick home at Vision for just £103,996 (list price £129,995) with a deposit of as little as £5199.

    Vision is situated in a great loaction and boasts a huge array of local amenities to suit the needs of all types of buyers. Nestled in an area of stunning greenery, it benefits from countryside living just minutes from the nearby cities of Keighley, Bradford and Leeds.

    Current availability includes a range of three and four bedroom homes with prices starting at just £129,995.

    Stacey Whitworth, sales adviser for Vision said: "Vision is a fabulous development and is proving popular with buyers thanks to its location and homes. The Help to Buy scheme is the biggest single development in the housing market for the last five years and is already leading to surging numbers of local enquiries, so we urge buyers to visit us at this special event."

    For the latest incentives, click here.

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