The house builder is helping Coventry buyers to get onto the property ladder, thanks to it's acclaimed Low Cost scheme at Swallows Nest development in Allesley.

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  • Anne Wallace, regional sales director for Taylor Wimpey in the Midlands, explains the initiative: "We understand and appreciate that while new homes in several places across the Midlands, including Coventry, still represent good value for money, as an industry we have to accept many purchasers are still finding it difficult to get a foot on the property ladder.

    "It's for this reason that we are offering our Low Cost incentive to people who currently live in the area and are looking to move home locally, but don't believe they have the finances to do so. Eligible purchasers will only need to pay for 75 per cent of the asking price, making it a very attractive scheme."

    If you have grown up in the area or have close connections to Allesley and have a household income of less than £60,000, then you can be rest assured as it's likely that you will be eligible for the scheme.

    Low Cost is available on a limited selection of two bedroom York houses and allows purchasers to own 100 per cent of their home having paid for just 75 per cent of the value of the property. The initiative will make a real difference to a number of buyers as it allows them to take out a mortgage they feel comfortable with.

    Wallace concludes: "If you're keen to make 2012 the year you invest in your first home, then get in touch with our expert sales executives at Swallows Nest, who will be able to demonstrate just how affordable and attractive homeownership is when you choose Taylor Wimpey."

    Swallows Nest, situated off Browns Lane, is conveniently located around three miles west of Coventry City Centre. Allesley village still retains its identity and welcoming atmosphere making it an extremely desirable place to live. Excellent schools and a selection of pubs, restaurants and shops are all close by, making the village the perfect choice for a range of house hunters.

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

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