Fast-acting buyers are seizing the chance to snap up their ideal new Taylor Wimpey property at two sought-after developments in Aylesbury.

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  • In the first nine weeks of 2013, 31 homes have been purchased by eager property seekers at the house builder's popular Oasis and New Berry Vale developments in the well-connected town of Aylesbury.

    Steve Rolt, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "We're receiving fresh enquiries each day from prospective purchasers hoping to secure a fabulous Taylor Wimpey property in a great location in Aylesbury.

    "More and more purchasers are recognising that now is the perfect time to invest in a new home, thanks to rock-bottom interest rates, the increasing availability of great-value mortgage deals and the range of homebuyer incentives that we offer at Oasis and New Berry Vale."

    There's a selection of new homes available at Oasis, including two bedroom coach houses from as little as £165,000, three bedroom properties from just £200,000 and four bedroom designs from only £280,000.

    Meanwhile, one and two bedroom apartments are on sale at New Berry Vale from just £115,000, while three and four bedroom houses are priced from £255,000.

    All new homes at Oasis and New Berry Vale are completed to a high standard specification, including energy efficient central heating, double glazing and a fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.

    To make securing a new home in Aylesbury even easier, Taylor Wimpey offers a range of helpful buyer incentives for purchasers in a variety of circumstances.

    For example, credit-worthy customers can access 95 per cent mortgages under the NewBuy scheme, while first time buyers can access selected properties for 80 per cent of their full price with First Buy, and existing owners can trade up to their ideal home with Part Exchange.

    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 developments 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.

    First Buy closed to new applications in April 2013. For the latest incentives, click here.

    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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