SYone Autumn Edition 2020


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Home hunters wanting to move into a new-build property

in the coming months could have their stamp duty paid or

six months of their mortgage paid thanks to a

housebuilder’s new campaign.

Time to be Moved – launched by Bovis Homes – part of the

newly-formed Vistry Group – aims to take the stress out of

moving for those climbing or putting their first foot on the

housing ladder.

Buyers can also choose a flooring package from the

campaign, which can be used on two to five-bedroom

homes, alongside other incentives including the extended

key workers initiative and the Government’s Help to Buy


Louise Macrae, regional marketing manager at Bovis

Homes, said: “We’re delighted to launch our Time to be

Moved campaign which promises to take the hassle of the

moving process away from home buyers. Purchasers can

choose from aeither 12 months the mortgage paid offer

or a full home the stamp duty or flooring packages. on

offer. The flooring option can also be used alongside the

Help to Buy scheme. The mortgage paid offer includes

almost all our homes across the region and the stamp duty

break is applicable on all our new homes.

“The mortgage-paid offer will take buyers up to the middle

of December and beyond meaning they can take some of

the pressure out of Christmas this year by being able to

save more efficiently. Bovis Homes properties are offered

in great locations with open green spaces and plenty of

new walkways.

“They can be used for properties in our new housing range,

which offer more space with wider hallways, open plan

living and en suites and flexible living space.”

For buyers who own their own home already, the option to

use Bovis Homes’ Smooth Move or Home initiatives is


Bovis Homes’ Home Exchange sees the housebuilder

buying the customer's current property, which means they

can avoid all those estate agent fees and time-consuming

house chains. It also means that purchasers can stay in their

current house until their new home is ready.

To part-exchange their home, a customer’s current property

must be valued at no more than 75 per cent of the new

Bovis Home they wish to purchase. Bovis Homes will

arrange for the buyer's property to be valued, then make

them an offer based on the valuation.

Alternatively, buyers looking to sell their home can take

advantage of the housebuilder’s Smooth Move scheme,

which can save time and thousands of pounds, with the

home builder liaising with the estate agent on the

customer's behalf, as well as paying the fees.

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.

Bovis Homes already runs an attractive purchasing package

for key workers, which has now been extended until the

end of 2020 to include all those who have signed up for the

recent NHS volunteer scheme – as well as all those newlyclassified

by the Government as key workers in the battle

against the coronavirus.

Properties in Bovis Homes’ new collection focus on wellproportioned

exteriors with a real sense of light and flow

on the inside. They are named after British trees and

include wider staircases and higher ceilings.

Homes are available from £199,995

For more information on locations and house

types, visit

Scene Local Media 01952 780058

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