Barratt Homes is urging buyers to Monarch Fields on Station Road in Donnington for the last chance to buy a house at the development.
Andrea Shotbolt, senior sales manager for Barratt Homes in the West Midlands, commented: "We are really pleased with the success we've had at Monarch Fields and are glad that many couples and families have decided to call this development home.
"We are now down to our final three houses at Monarch Fields which are all three bedroom 'Norbury' houses ideal for growing families."
The 'Norbury' is a three bedroom, three storey townhouse with a single garage. The ground floor features an open plan living and dining area with French doors leading to the rear garden and a kitchen with a family breakfast area. Two bedrooms are located on the first floor with a family bathroom and the second floor boasts the master bedroom with dressing area and modern ensuite.
Shotbolt continues: "We also have plenty of schemes to help you purchase a new home. For example the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme, which has been extremely popular at Monarch Fields as it makes the step onto the property ladder much easier.
"We also have Part Exchange for those struggling to sell their property or just want to cut out all the hassle of selling their previous property themselves."
Help to Buy is available to all buyers, not just first time buyers. With this scheme you can purchase a new Barratt home up to the value of £600,000, with only a 5 per cent deposit, a 75 per cent mortgage and a Government-funded equity loan of 20 per cent.
With Part Exchange, the company arranges for the property to be inspected by three independent valuers and makes a fair offer based on the average of the three valuations. All the purchaser needs to do is agree a price and reserve their new Barratt home.
Plus Barratt is effectively a cash buyer, so there is no chance of a chain falling through and purchasers can enjoy their new home.
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