First-time buyers to visit Milton Keynes housebuilder’s special Help to Buy event
- 26 Sep 19
Home-hunters in Milton Keynes will attend a housebuilder’s special first-time buyer event this weekend to find out about the support available through a Government scheme.
Bovis Homes' Whitehouse Park location
First-time buyers and families are invited to Bovis Homes’ Whitehouse Park location, off Dansteed Way, to view the new-build homes available – including from the housebuilder’s new homes collection - and learn more about the Help to Buy – Equity Loan initiative.
The Help to Buy event will take place on Saturday, 28th September, from 12pm to 4pm and visitors will be able to speak with Bovis Homes’ sales colleagues.
Heather Suffield, regional marketing manager at Bovis Homes, said: “Our Help to Buy event at Whitehouse Park promises to be a brilliant opportunity for first-time buyers to view our new-build homes, which includes those from our new range.
“We are very proud of the quality of homes at Whitehouse Park and that we have great options for those wanting to climb onto the housing ladder.”
Whitehouse Park is a few minutes’ drive from the A5, while Junction 14 of the M1 lies about 3 miles east of the Milton Keynes. For air travel, Luton Airport is 26 miles away.
There are a number of convenience stores close to Whitehouse Park and there's a Sainsburys supermarket just 2 miles away. The town centre has more than 400 shops and regular French, German and Italian markets.
Milton Keynes is packed with sport, leisure and entertainment opportunities. There's a 16-screen multiplex cinema and a host of leisure, sports and fitness clubs, plus 125 miles of cycle paths. The town has its own museum, a 1,400-seat theatre and several arts centres.
The closest school to Whitehouse Park is Whitehouse Primary School. There are other primary and secondary schools nearby and the new University Centre Milton Keynes, offering further education.
Using the Help to Buy – Equity Loan scheme, home buyers need just a five per cent cash deposit, with the Government providing an equity loan of up to 20 per cent of the value of the property being bought. Purchasers then need to secure up to a 75 per cent mortgage.