More people are snapping up their dream property as sales soar at Linden Homes
NEW year sales for Linden Homes in the region have topped £4.6 million for January alone and the firm predicts much of the same for the rest of the quarter.
Twenty-five new homes were sold during January, with a further 14 properties part- exchanged.
And, the developer says February is seeing even greater activity.
This is a continuation of an already highly successful few months for the region. The builder reported a record 1,364 completions from June to December 2012 – up on the same period for the previous year (1,352) and a four per cent rise in total sales of £544 million.
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Lending to first-time buyers and existing homeowners rose by 16 per cent and 12 per cent respectively – with Linden Homes sharing in this trend.
The good news comes in the wake of a recent national report suggesting that house prices will rise by 14 per cent over the next four years to reach a record high.
Chris Roads, sales director, said: "During January and early February we have seen, on average, a house sale per day – evidence that demand for new homes continues to thrive.
"Some potential purchasers may now be worried by the prediction of a rise in house prices.
"However, by talking to us about their requirements and seeing how we can help them through a range of incentives – now may be the perfect time to buy that new dream home.
"Buying at today's prices will be an investment for the future, and a great way to watch your money grow if the predictions are to be believed."