When will newly built properties be on the market?
We work closely with both local and national developers to offer new homes and commercial spaces in the Ceredigion area.
We bring modern, well appointed, high specification homes to the market for a wide range of buyers: ranging all the way from first time buyers all the way to investors seeking to make the most of the active Aberystwyth property market.
Our most recent partnership has been with Westrop Homes Limited, developers of one of Aberystwyth’s most sought after postcodes, Cae Ceredig. We were the sole agent on the new Ty Glyndwr development which was built alongside the new Tesco superstore which opened in Aberystwyth Winter 2016.
For more information you can browse our listed properties online or come into the office to have a chat with a member of our staff.
We’ve have had a lot of interest in these properties over the years and now with the Help to Buy scheme they are proving a popular option for buyers and investors alike.
Please contact our sales department for information on any upcoming developments. Information regarding open days will be posted on our website, in local publications along with Facebook and Twitter.
Help to Buy – Wales
Westrop Homes in association with Alexanders Estate Agency is currently one of only two house builders in Ceredigion to have registered with the Help to Buy Scheme Wales. This fantastic opportunity offers buyers to purchase a home with as little as a 5% deposit, on any new build home up to £300,000. For more info visit our help page.
From the time a buyer receives the shared equity loan they will be charged a small administration fee of £1 per month.
Then, in the 6th year, they’ll be charged interest of 1.75% per annum of the original shared equity loan amount. After this, the interest will increase every year. This increase is worked out by using the Retail Prices Index plus 1%.
All buyers will be contacted before the shared equity loan interest starts and they’ll also be sent a statement about their shared equity loan each year.
The fees do not count towards paying back the shared equity loan.
Further details of the Help to Buy – Wales shared equity loan can be found in the below guidance document.
The above information has been provided by the Help to Buy – Wales Government information pages.