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The Last New Homes Available Via Help To Buy

The Last New Homes Available Via Help To Buy

by Kos
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We gather several new builds in London still available through the Help-to-Buy scheme as the application deadline comes on 31 October.

The government-backed scheme ends in March 2023, but the application deadline is only a few weeks away. But first-time buyers (FTBs) can still take advantage of the scheme to reserve a suitable home and apply.

Those who are still in the market for a new help-to-buy home in London will benefit from a selection of the last available homes below.

Verdo Kew Bridge By EcoWorld London

Verdo is a new build in Kew Bridge that offers residents a wide range of modern facilities like concierge services, a modern gym, and private landscaped gardens.

Royal Botanic Gardens and Syon Park are within a short walk, with Kew Bridge station just moments away. There are several 2-bedroom Help-to-Buy apartments available at Verdo, with prices starting at around £630k.

The West Works By Redrow

The West Works is a new build in Southall. It still offers several 1-bed and 2-bedroom apartments via the Help-to-Buy scheme. New residents will benefit from a communal roof terrace with striking vistas over London.

As the Elizabeth line arrives, locals will get to Liverpool Street in under 25 minutes and Canary Wharf in just 30 minutes. The developers offer Help-to-Buy buyers several incentives, including paying SDLT and a travel card. Prices start at £346k.

Watermark By Countryside

Watermark is a catchy new build development in Maidenhead, 27 miles from London. It is within a 10-minute walk from the Maidenhead train station that allows swift commutes to Paddington and Bond Street, thanks to the arrival of the Elizabeth line.

Watermark By Countryside

Developer Countryside offers its Move for Free incentive that allows new buyers to save more than £15k of legal fees and SDLT. Prices for a one-bedroom apartment at Watermark start from £295k.

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