Bovis Homes unlock the house-buying door for key workers

05 December 2018

Nightingale ViewHouse hunters working in frontline public services could now unlock the door to their dream home thanks to Bovis Homes’ brand-new Key Workers Scheme.

The scheme, which is open to public sector workers – from teachers and firefighters to police officers and NHS workers – is being offered at Bovis Homes locations across the country and could save buyers thousands of pounds.

Kevin Wilkins, Bovis Homes Marketing Director, said: “We know what an important role people working in frontline services play in their local community, and how the stresses of the job can make house hunting that bit trickier. Our Key Workers Scheme not only aims to make getting onto, or moving up, the property ladder more affordable, but takes away some of the hassle too.”

Bovis Homes has a range of properties available in a variety of layouts and sizes, designed for modern lifestyles.

The package being offered by Bovis Homes includes a discount of £500 for every £25,000 spent on a Bovis Home, as well as flooring up to the value of £3,000. Purchasers of new build homes also have access to the Help to Buy - Equity Loan scheme, where the Government could loan you up to 20 per cent of the property value to help get you moving.

As well as the emergency services, the scheme is open to employees of the National Health Service, Department of Education, Ministry of Defence, Environmental Health Service, Highways England, prison and probation services and local authorities.

YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP PAYMENTS ON A MORTGAGE OR ANY OTHER DEBT SECURED ON IT

The Help to Buy Equity Scheme has specific terms and conditions and is subject to separate qualification and eligibility criteria. It is also subject to affordability criteria as prescribed by Homes England. For qualifying organisations and roles please see sales advisor.

Terms and conditions apply – contact sales team for more information.