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Show homes launch at lucrative Knowsley site

Liverpool home hunters are urged to visit the official launch of the Normanby and Oakhurst show homes at Jubilee Gardens this Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 January, where an independent financial adviser (IFA) will be available to offer free advice for first time buyers.

This is the first show homes to open at the North Huyton home scheme, which only opened to the public in October last year. 

Housing and regeneration specialist, Keepmoat, describes how, despite the lacking presence of a show home to entice buyers, Jubilee Gardens has been an unprecedented success; with the developer taking ten sales already from the 23 homes released.

This weekend, aspiring home owners are encouraged to visit the launch, for an exclusive first glimpse at the two bed Normanby and three bed Oakhurst.

Gareth Roberts, operations director for Keepmoat in the North West, describes how the company’s continued investment in Merseyside is a reflection of the clear demand for more housing solutions in the area; particularly from first time buyers.

Gareth said: “Saving for a traditional deposit can take years; but the affordability of our homes in Liverpool, particularly through Help to Buy which only requires a five per cent deposit, has opened so many doors for local people to get on the property ladder.

“We’ve experienced continued interest since launching late last year and are wholly confident that when the show homes open this weekend, even more buyers will see how much home you get for your money and it won’t be long before they get snapped up.

“We’ll have a team on hand all day to answer any queries or give advice on the homes and schemes available.  Even for those not looking to buy now, our IFA will be available to explain how taking out the new Help to Buy ISA can help with the buying process in 2-5 years’ time – with the government contributing up to £3000 of the purchase price.”

Jubilee Gardens features a collection of two, three and four bedroom designs, with prices starting from £93,995.

The launch event takes place between 10am and 5pm on both Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 January at the development on Princess Drive.

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