New Bovis Homes in Worcestershire are being snapped up by eager buyers - with one development selling more than 30 per cent of the first phase before the houses are even built.
More than a third of the homes now under construction at Church Meadows in Bromsgrove have already been sold off-plan - and fresh enquiries are coming in daily for the others.
And at nearby Harrison Park in Droitwich Spa, sales advisor Denise Haddon has just a handful of the development's impressive four and five bedroom homes left to sell
Alison Tindle, Sales Director for the Central South region, said: "Our developments in Worcestershire are proving really popular with buyers. Both towns are ideal locations for commuters to Worcester, Birmingham and Redditch and the local amenities in both Bromsgrove and Droitwich are excellent. We've been quite overwhelmed by the speed at which our homes at Church Meadows have sold. I think customers want to ensure they don't miss out on what will be a lovely development in a great location. By reserving their homes off-plan customers get the chance to choose their favourite plot and have peace of mind that they've secured the new property they really want in a very convenient location."
At Harrison Park there are still some four and five bedroom detached homes available, with the four bedroom Durham home and five bedroom homes. The last remaining Durham home offer fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and useful adjoining utility room; a separate dining room with French doors to the rear garden; four bedrooms, two with en suites, plus a family bathroom and an integral garage. There is a choice of five bedroom homes remaining, including The Francis; The Wallace and The Arundel.
At the popular Church Meadows development in Bromsgrove, reservations are now being taken for the four bedroom Bromsgrove home and The Glaisdale.
Bovis Homes South West and Northern regions also have popular developments in Worcestershire, selling new homes now in Evesham and Kidderminster.
Bovis Homes offers a variety of purchase assistance schemes including the Help to Buy shared equity scheme for all types of customers, where a 20% Government equity loan means the buyer needs just a 5 per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage.
Home Exchange is another scheme in which you 'trade in' your existing property against the cost of a new one, subject to valuations, survey and contract and Smooth Move, which offers a cheaper and easier way to help sell your existing home.