DISCOVER why now is the time to sell your old property and buy a brand new, energy efficient Anwyl home in Barton or Burscough with the chance to receive up to £2,000 towards household bills.
Anwyl is hosting a special event from 5pm to 8pm on Thursday, June 9 at Lawrence Gardens in Barton and Priory Gardens in Burscough. Experts will be on hand to explain about some of the sustainable and cost-saving features of the homes, guide potential purchasers through green mortgages and more.
Sales director for Anwyl Homes Lancashire Matthew Gould said: “Almost everyone is looking for ways to reduce their impact on the planet and their household bills. Switching from an older property to a brand-new home could be the solution to both issues, without having to worry about the cost or disruption.
“Every new Anwyl home guarantees a minimum EPC rating of B, some even higher, making them some of the most energy efficient on the market. It also means buyers could be eligible for a green mortgage with more favourable terms such as a slightly lower interest rate, cashback – or both.
“During our special event at Lawrence Gardens and Priory Gardens we’ll have our in-house experts on hand to explain to buyers what makes our homes more energy efficient and therefore cheaper to run. Plus, independent financial advisors who have access to the whole mortgage market will be available to provide free advice including details of green mortgage products.”
Between the two developments, there’s a good choice of three and four-bedroom homes available with prices from £284,995. Externally they look very traditional, while inside they’re very much designed with modern living in mind.
Anwyl’s thoughtful, forward-thinking approach embeds energy efficiency at the point of construction with features including high quality loft and wall insulation, energy efficient boilers, radiators and appliances, low energy lightbulbs and water restrictors on taps. Every house at Priory Gardens, in Burscough, also comes with an electric vehicle charging point included.
According to the HBF a new-build house is typically 63% cheaper to heat than its older equivalent and could see homeowners save an average £555 per year on their energy bills.
“The savings outlined by the HBF are based on figures collated before bills rose in April and so the potential savings could be even greater,” Matthew added.
“We’re offering buyers Lawrence Gardens or Priory Gardens the chance to make even further savings. Effectively we’ll give those who reserve a home that legally completes before December 23rd, 2022 up to £2,000 towards their household bills.”
To find out more about making the switch to an energy efficient new home, join Anwyl from 5pm to 8pm on June 9 at Lawrence Gardens or Priory Gardens.