13th January 2017
Save on stamp duty with a new Chestnut home
Home-hunters can turn over a new leaf for 2017 and save on stamp duty fees when they buy a new Chestnut home before the end of January.
County housebuilder Chestnut Homes is offering to pay the stamp duty costs of buyers who complete the purchase of one of their new homes before January 31st. The offer is available on plots at the company’s developments across the county – Riverside in Boston, Kings Manor in Coningsby, LN6 in Lincoln, The Grange in Scothern, and Willoughby Chase in Alford.
David Newton, Managing Director for Chestnut Homes, said: “Following Christmas and new year, now is the time when many people who have been thinking of moving decide to put the wheels in motion and find their new home. The festive period may well have taken its toll on their bank balances, so this stamp duty offer is our way of saying Happy New Year. Stamp duty can be a significant expense – but with us covering the cost, buyers can simply cross it off their list and start looking forward to life in their new home. So I’d encourage buyers to find out more – and save themselves hundreds or thousands of pounds by acting quickly.”
Chestnut Homes is building a range of homes at its developments – from contemporary apartments to five-bedroom family homes. The government’s Help to Buy scheme, which enables buyers to secure their new home with just a five per cent deposit and a 75 per cent mortgage, is available at all of Chestnut Homes’ developments. The remaining 20 per cent is provided as an equity loan which is interest-free for five years.
For more information on the discounts and deals available please visit our stamp duty paid page.Back To News