New Homes Week is the chance for you to find out more about the massive benefits that buying a new build home gives you.
What is New Homes Week?
New Homes Week (13-17 May 2019) is the chance for you to find out more about the massive benefits that buying a new build home, compared to a second hand home, gives you.
From the superb finishing touches and quality specifications, to the many excellent deals and offers house builders can offer you, including a 10-year warranty as standard. The peace of mind you get when buying a new build home is unrivaled.
And don’t forget the hugely popular Help to Buy equity loan scheme and the new Help to Buy ISA, that could be the difference between being able to afford your own home, and renting for another year or more.
This year, we’re going to be focussing on interior design, with our New Homes Week ambassador Sophie Robinson giving advice on how to make the most of a new build home. Sophie will provide design tips for first time buyers, families and downsizers. There will also be lots of blogs, videos and other content about new homes.
During the week we will be running some competitions to win vouchers too, so keep an eye on social media for that by following @newdashhomes on Twitter and following the hashtag #NewHomesWeek
What should I look out for during New Homes Week 2019?
New Homes Week is a great way for you to explore the many great reasons why you should buy a new build home. While the focus of the week will be to explore the best ways of designing the interiors for your new home, we’ll also be promoting the many benefits of buying new and tips for different households across the week.
- Monday – Interior Design for a new home
- Tuesday – Homes with Help to Buy
- Wednesday – Retirement / downsizer homes
- Thursday – Family Homes
- Friday – First time buyer homes
Get involved in New Homes Week
If you want to get involved with New Homes Week, please contact our comms team on email@example.com with the email header: New Homes Week 2019!
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