Visitors to a new development in south London can find out how they could use Help to Buy to snap up a new home at an event taking place this weekend.
Fairview New Homes is hosting a dedicated London Help to Buy weekend at Venue, its development in Anerley, on Saturday 31st March and Sunday 1st April.
Fairview is building a collection of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments at Venue, off William Booth Road, which is close to Crystal Palace and a 5-minute walk from Anerley station.
The apartments at Venue have been designed with spacious open-plan layouts, contemporary gloss white kitchens, integrated appliances, and secure allocated parking.
All of the apartments currently available can be purchased using London Help to Buy, the government-backed scheme which enables purchasers to buy a new home with a 5% deposit and a 55% mortgage.
The remaining 40% of the property’s price is provided as an equity loan which remains interest-free for the first 5 years.
Jeremy Gee, Main Board Director for Fairview, said: “Since our launch in February, Venue has proven to be a popular choice for buyers looking for a new home which is contemporary, spacious and well-located.
“Our 1 and 2-bedroom apartments are priced from £349,000 and £436,000, and include the added bonus of a parking space, which has proven appealing to many first-time buyers.
“Our 3-bedroom apartments are priced from £554,000 and have attracted a lot of interest from families and expectant parents who are looking for a quality home which offers them more space in a good location.
“I’d encourage homebuyers to visit us this weekend to find out how Help to Buy could help them to make their move to Venue.”
Venue is located just a mile from the Crystal Palace Triangle, with its diverse selection of restaurants, bars and independent shops.
Overground services from nearby Anerley station reach Canada Water in 20 minutes, providing fast connections to central London.
To book an appointment for the London Help to Buy weekend on Saturday 31st March and Sunday 1st April at Venue, call 020 3918 2660.