25 July 2016

HOME buyers keen to take full advantage of rising house prices in Garston have been staking their claim on a new home at Lovell’s Affinity at Church Fields development.

Lovell has only a few homes remaining in the current phase of the Garston development with properties being snapped up off-plan, and such is the demand that several early bird reservations have already been taken for homes in the next phase which is yet to be released. 

Lovell puts the strong demand down to the even stronger local property market, with house sale prices in Garston rising 10% in the last year according to Land Registry figures obtained by the house builder.

Anne-Marie O’Doherty, field sales manager for Lovell, said: “Garston is enjoying a property boom with house prices on the up and a strong demand for affordable and stylish new homes within easy reach of Liverpool and everything the city has to offer.

“Having almost sold all of the homes in our current phase, coupled with securing several early bird reservations on homes yet to be released, I would encourage first time buyers, couples and young families to take advantage of the final properties on release.”

All new homes at Affinity at Church Fields feature a high quality interior finish including fitted kitchens with top brand name appliances, which make the properties excellent value for money and particularly appealing to first time buyers.

For those who only have a 5% deposit, the Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme is available. The valuable incentive isn’t just for first time buyers, it’s also helping families to move up the property ladder into a larger home, as it provides an equity loan for 20% of the purchase price that is interest-free for five years.

Located in Garston, Affinity at Church Fields is close to some great restaurants and shops, including The New Mersey Shopping Park, which boasts over 35 high street brands. It also enjoys excellent transport links to Liverpool city centre and out to surrounding towns and cities with Liverpool Parkway nearby.


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