Temp Header Image

Make Meadow View Your Home in Two Ticks

Homebuyers in Oldham are invited to a special event highlighting how easy it can be to own a brand new home in just two easy steps.

On Sunday September 18, Redrow is hosting a ‘two ticks’ event at its popular development, Meadow View off Haven Lane in Oldham, to help would-be buyers secure the home of their dreams - with the help of two valuable incentives.

With the Oxford style show home available to view, potential buyers can drop in between 10am and 5.30pm on the day to find out how Redrow’s Mastermove, coupled with Help to Buy, can really get them moving into their perfect family home.

Claire Jarvis, sales director for Redrow Homes (Lancashire), explains: “Those with an existing property to sell can use our Mastermove service, which recruits the skills and experience of a local estate agent. The agent will be managed by us and we will either contribute to or pay the customer’s selling fees in full at the end of the day.

“But that’s only one half of the story. Once they’ve found a buyer and sold their existing property, subject to contract, they can then use Help to Buy to purchase one of our brand new Heritage Collection homes at a reduced price

“We call this process our ‘two ticks’ approach.”

The Government backed Help to Buy scheme allows home buyers to take out a 20% equity loan that’s interest free for the first five years. It means they should be able to purchase a new home with only a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage. The equity loan covers the balance and can be paid back when the customer has more funds available or when they come to resell.

A three-bedroom semi-detached Letchworth with an en-suite to the master bedroom and ground floor cloakroom, that would normally cost £199,995 can be bought for an initial outlay of only £159,996 using Help to Buy; or the larger four-bedroom detached Shaftesbury family home reduces from an initial outlay of £299,995 to £239,996.

“Only having to find a 5% deposit is a big bonus – and the smaller mortgage means lower monthly repayments in those crucial first few years,” Claire adds.

Meadow View is close to a range of amenities and leisure facilities and within easy reach of Oldham town centre. Ideally placed for families and commuters, Greenfield Station is just 15 minutes away from where you can travel to Manchester city centre in only 35 minutes, and Huddersfield in 20. For the motorist, the M60 and M62 are only a 15 minute drive away, giving home owners access to the entire North West and beyond.

Homebuyers don’t need an appointment to go along on the day. For more information on the house styles and incentives at Meadow View, call 0161 2587373 or visit Alternatively visit the show homes and marketing suite off Haven Lane, open Thursday to Monday inclusive, between 10am and 5.30pm.

Established more than 40 years, Redrow Homes is one of the UK’s leading house builders, with a £1billion turnover and building more than 4,000 homes in 2014/15 financial year. 

Operating across England and Wales, there is a strong emphasis on providing high quality homes in prime locations and its housing ranges feature designs to suit all lifestyles:

• The Heritage Collection combines traditional looking, ‘Arts & Crafts’ influenced exteriors with bright, modern, high specification interiors.

• The classically styled Regent Collection features Georgian inspired street scenes and architecture. 

• Redrow has also launched a new brand of contemporary homes in Abode, which boast open plan layouts with streamlined kitchen, dining and lounge areas, high specification wet rooms and outdoor living space. 

Redrow also creates exclusive bespoke developments in both rural and urban locations. The company has won numerous awards over the years, including, most recently, the Gold Award for Best Large Housebuilder at the What House? Awards 2015 and 2014, Best House Design at the Sunday Times British Home Awards 2015 and the 2014 Building Awards Housebuilder of the Year. Its ‘My Redrow’ online tool won the overall Customer Engagement category at the 2013 Peer Awards for Excellence. Web: