The Turner - style 1
Turner Crescent,Hauxton,Cambridgeshire,CB22 5GE Map
Move through to the open-plan living area and you’ll find even more space and style, with a fully fitted kitchen, complete with appliances, and ample living room to stretch out and relax after a long day. Saving the best till last, step out on to the balcony and you’ll discover the final finishing touch, perfect for an al fresco breakfast in the sun or a glass of wine beneath the stars.
Perfect for your first home together, ideal for sharing to split the costs with friends or flatmates, and equally good for rightsizing once the kids have grown and gone, Sanderson Manor will put a spring in the step of all walks of life.
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Help to Buy
With the Government backed Help to Buy scheme you can move in to a new Redrow home with as little as a 5% deposit.
The 'Help to Buy: Equity Loan' is available to first-time buyers as well as existing homeowners and works in the following way:
Help to Buy: Equity Loan
- Only available on new build homes.
- The Government will lend you up to 20% of the value of your new property through an equity loan which is interest free for 5 years
- This means that only a 75% mortgage will need to be secured from a bank or building society.
- In England, this scheme is available on house purchases up to the value of £600,000.
Whether you can picture your perfect home or keeping your options open – searching for a new home is an exciting time. Why not sign in or join My Redrow to book an appointment online, or speak with one of our friendly sales consultants to discuss your requirements today!
Help to Buy is a Government backed initiative in partnership with housebuilders. Help to Buy cannot be used in conjunction with any other scheme. It is highly advised, for a swift, smooth transaction that an IFA/Solicitor advised by Redrow Homes is used. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other Redrow offer. Help to Buy is only available within England. Subject to availability, on selected plots only
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- Repayment mortgage:
- Interest only mortgage: (mortgage rates can go up as well as down)
In these days of low interest rates and a volatile stock market, Buy to Let can appear to be an attractive income investment especially over the medium term (5-10 years). Based on the predicted rental values, a yield of up to 5.5% is possible. Proving that an investment in a new Redrow home could provide you with a far better yield than savings sat in your bank.
Properties with instant appeal
We design all our properties so that the first question a tenant asks is 'When can I move in?'. Bright, spacious and well planned with open plan living areas and immaculately specified kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms. They’ll love the energy bills too, thanks to the environmental efficiency of the property.
Location, location, location
The key to success in Buy To Let is having a desirable property in a desirable area. At Redrow we work hard to ensure all our developments are located in sought-after settings. Properties with real rental appeal, with proximity to shops and amenities, good transport links and good schools.
Timeless quality for an easy life
Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, we all want an easy life. And with every Redrow homes being 100% new, there’s next to no maintenance required.
BUY TO LET CHECKLIST
Minimum deposit is typically 20% for a house, 30% for an apartment
No minimum income
Don’t have to be a home owner
Average formula = rental must be 125% mortgage payment