With the property market slowing across the UK, developers are becoming more and more eager to attract buyers.
New-build homes are going up all over London but especially in the east and south-east of the capital.
The release of properties is an almost weekly occurrence for the Isle Of Dogs, Greenwich and Rotherhithe peninsulas and around Royal Docks. Developers are having to compete.
That’s good news for buyers with offers coming thick and fast. Those with money to spend can certainly cash in as builders try to shift stock.
We know our clients are always looking for bargains so here’s Metro 148’s pick of the developers’ deals on offer.
Access offers at Quebec Quarter
Developed by housing association L&Q, this 22-home development is located near Canada Water station on the Rotherhithe Peninsula.
That puts it two stops from the City and one from Canary Wharf at the heart of an area undergoing massive regeneration.
There are a whole range of discounts and incentives on offer at Quebec Quarter including the Governement’s Help To Buy scheme and shared ownership options.
In addition on selected plots L&Q is offering to pay a buyers’ stamp duty costs.
There’s also the offer of a 24-month “service charge holiday” offering those who purchase a two-year deduction of the estimate bill for a unit.
Available homes at Quebec Quarter start at £525,000
For more information about Quebec Quarter contact L&Q on 03330 033 663 or visit the development’s website.
A look at Galliard Homes’ deals
Many of east London’s flagship schemes have been built by Galliard, which is transforming many parts of the capital, especially the Isle Of Dogs.
The curves of Arena Tower at Baltimore Wharf are a significant landmark, although may be eclipsed by Maine Tower at the centre of its Harbour Central development.
The latter, together with recently launched Orchard Wharf, makes up Galliard’s E14 Collection – essentially an offer package to encourage buyers to sign on the dotted line.
Included is a year’s service charge holiday, a no-fee letting service for buy-to-let landlords and a free furniture pack for the home bought.
Homes at Orchard Wharf start at £482,000
Those interested in the E14 Collection offer can contact Galliard on 020 7620 1500.
Why Enderby Wharf is worth exploring
Not to be outdone, house building giant Barratt Homes is promising a barrage of incentives for buyers when it launches Shackleton House at its Enderby Wharf development on August 5.
Located on the Thames buyers will receive £1,000 of Evans Cycles vouchers per household. That’s to help residents travel to and from the tube at North Greenwich or the DLR at Cutty Sark.
In addition buyers can take advantage of stamp duty contributions, a two-year service charge holiday, furniture packs and two years of Zone 1-3 travel cards.
Homes at the development start at £423,000.
For more information about Enderby Wharf contact Barratt on 020 8269 4080 or visit the development’s website.
Metro 148 has not been contracted to market any of the properties mentioned. Any details supplied are for readers’ information only and form no part of any contractual obligation on the part of any of the developers mentioned.
Call Metro 148 director Angelou Beswick direct on 020 7613 4600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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