New year, new home? Reserve for just £99 throughout January with Denbury Homes.
If the festive period has got you wishing for a little more space, or just somewhere that is easier to keep warm, you could reserve a new home from Denbury for just £99 this January.*
Sara Raven, Director of Sales & Marketing said, “With Christmas celebrations behind us, we are seeing plenty of interest across our sites as buyers’ thoughts turn to the year ahead. Whether it’s more space for a growing family, a first home of their own, a downsize, or just somewhere that is easier and cheaper to keep warm, our sales team is busy supporting a whole range of buyers.
“To help with the post-Christmas budgeting we are extending our reserve for £99 offer throughout January, meaning buyers can get their year off to a great start and look forward to celebrating next Christmas in a new home.”
With energy costs still rising, the demand for new build homes – with their low maintenance and excellent energy efficiency – is also increasing.
Sara continues, “Our homes achieve an Energy Performance Certificate of B – only four per cent of older homes manage to do this. We use air source heat pumps where possible and specify high standards of insulation to help create homes that are warm, welcoming, and cheaper to run.”
Denbury Homes is also offering a range of incentives on existing plots. These range from five per cent cashback to stamp duty paid and including carpets and flooring.
Sara, “Buyers needs differ depending on their lifestage, first time buyers might need more support with their deposit whilst those stepping up the ladder – or downsizing – might appreciate help with carpets or stamp duty. Buyers can speak to the sales consultant at their chosen development to find out how we can help them make their first – or next – move.”
Denbury Homes has developments in some of East Anglia’s most picturesque towns and villages. Each development has a carefully selected range of house and bungalow sizes and styles to help create thriving communities that complement their surroundings.