Catford Green holds Help to Buy open day

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Barratt London’s Catford Green development hosts a Help to Buy open day, to help potential customers understand how the government-initiative can help them. 

Barratt London hosted a Help to Buy Open Day at Catford Green today, to help potential customers understand how the government-led initiative could help them buy their first home or move up the property ladder. Help to Buy London and Torc24 joined the Barratt London sales team to give expert advice.

Regional Sales Director for Barratt London, Gary Patrick said: "Help to Buy is a fantastic scheme that has helped a significant amount of Barratt London customers buy their first home in the Capital. The Help to Buy-focused Open Day at our Catford Green development, in collaboration with Help to Buy London, gave customers the opportunity to ask the experts questions and understand how this government-backed scheme could work for them. Catford Green has proven very popular with both families and young professionals looking for new home in a community-spirited area with exceptional transport links to the City and central London. The positive response to the December event has meant that we will be hosting another Help to Buy Open Day on the 17 January."

Equity Loan Manager for Help to Buy London, Sam May said: “We were very happy to support Barratt London at their Catford Green development’s Open Day and we look forward to assisting many more Help to Buy Equity Loan purchasers at the Open Day on the 17 January.”

Catford Green is the latest exciting development to launch in the Barratt London portfolio. Catford is playing a key part in the multi-million pound Mayor of London’s London Plan. Situated in Zone 3 the development is made up of 588 one, two and three-bedroom apartments divided over thirteen buildings. There are two mainline railway stations on either side of the main entrance to the development - Catford and Catford Bridge - meaning that residents will be able to connect to Charing Cross in just 20 minutes as well as other key, central London stations.