Help to Buy Terms & Conditions
Help to Buy is available on all homes, with a purchase price up to £600,000, subject to status and affordability criteria, terms and conditions apply. The Help to Buy scheme is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON A MORTGAGE OR ANY OTHER DEBT SECURED ON IT.
Not available for second homes or buy to let properties.
Church Lane, Lewes, Ripe, BN8 6AS
2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes
Sigma’s characterful development of just six 2,3 and 4 bedroom homes represents a unique opportunity to buy in this quintessentially English village. The combination of properties rarely coming onto the market and the fact that these will be the first new homes built in a generation, makes this a very special development.
Bosch single hot-air oven
Bosch microwave combi oven
Bosch induction five-ring hob
Bosch integrated fridge/freezer
Bosch integrated dishwasher
Washer/dryer to some plots
Under cupboard lighting
Silestone worktops with 100mm upstand
1.5 steel bowl
Villeroy and Boch sanitary ware
Luxury cushion flooring
Chrome taps and shower fittings
Oak veneer doors
Timber bi-fold and French doors to match windows
Provision of wardrobes as shown on layout plans
Satin chrome lever door furniture
Partial oak staircase
Brushed stainless steel light switches and socket outlets
White pendant lights, where shown
Low-energy wall lamp to porch
Stainless steel freestyle lamp to rear doors (French doors or bi-folds, as applicable)
Wiring for satellite and cable TV
Loft access with 2m boarding around trap for homes 3 and 6 only
Ceramic floor tiles to kitchen/family/dining and cloakroom
All other areas to be carpeted
LPG-fired underfloor heating to ground floor and
radiators to first floor
Heated floor matting to bathrooms
Heated chrome towel rail to bathrooms
Double power socket to garages
Mains smoke detectors
Wireless alarm system
External chrome bell-push/internal mains chime
You may have heard that the Government’s Help to Buy scheme changed with effect from 16 December 2020, so as part of our policy of keeping home buyers fully informed, here is a summary of how it now works.
First-time homebuyers who are eligible for an equity loan can borrow up to 20% (40% in London) of the purchase price of a new build home.
How much you can spend on your home will depend on which region it is in, in the South East this will be capped at £437,600.
You pay a deposit of 5% of the purchase price of your new home at exchange of contracts and arrange a repayment mortgage of at least 25% of the purchase price of your new home.
You won’t be charged interest on the equity loan for the first 5 years. Interest fees start at 1.75% and rise each year in April by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) plus 2%. You pay a monthly management fee of £1 for the life of the equity loan.
An equity loan is secured against your property in the same way as a repayment mortgage. You must repay the equity loan when you sell the home, pay off your repayment mortgage or reach the end of your equity loan term. But, you can repay all or part of the equity loan any time before then.
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