Barratt London’s Salisbury Gardens 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 Salisbury Gardens 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 London & Country 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 Salisbury Gardens 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. Salisbury Gardens has proven very popular with both owner occupiers and investors looking for new-build home in a community-spirited area with transport links to central London and Heathrow Airport."
Sam May, from Aldwyck Housing Group, Equity Loans Manager for Help to Buy London said: “We were very happy to support Barratt London at their Salisbury Gardens development’s open day and we look forward to assisting many more Help to Buy Equity Loan purchasers at this development.”
Salisbury Gardens is a rare new-build development in the established residential area of Southall, made up of 103 one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments, divided over three buildings. Most apartments benefit from a private balcony or terrace and many ground-floor homes have a fenced garden, as well as a communal roof-top garden. Residents will also be well-connected to central London through the nearby Southall Station connecting to London Paddington in 18 minutes.