The Alveston is within the regional price cap for Help to Buy, meaning first time buyers could use the Government-backed equity loan scheme to make homeownership easier to afford. Using the scheme, buyers would typically need a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage. The remaining 20% is covered by the equity loan, which is interest free for five years.
Alternatively, both home movers and first-time buyers could use Deposit Unlock to secure either the Alveston or the Andover house types Exclusive to new builds, Deposit Unlock offers the chance to reserve a home with a 5% deposit and 95% mortgage, available from selected lenders.
Homes now on release will be ready to move into by late summer/ early autumn, with a show home due to open around the same time.
“Buying off plan in a development’s early stages, before your home is built can have real advantages,” Adele added.
“There’s usually more choice available early on in terms of the position of the homes and the chance to make design decisions about the interior such as the style of the kitchen or the colour of the bathroom tiles.”
Along with new homes, Trinity Quarter will feature green open spaces and community facilities including bike hire, outdoor gym equipment, play areas and electric car charging points.
It’s the second Gloucestershire site to feature the Edenstone Group’s Bluebell Homes brand and follows on from the success of River View in Lydney, where the final homes have now sold.