Charles Church | New homes developments by Charles Church

Charles Church was established in 1965, this was when Charles and Susanna Church laid the foundations of their first home. This first step meant more than building a desireable home but they were developing a legacy of quality to be appreciated by future generations.

Not only Charles Church has become one of the country’s foremost housebuilding brands whilst keeping their values and repuations for quality of developments whether they be country homes, waterside properties or landmark city developments.

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Special offers from Charles Church

Special offers offered by Charles Church include;

  • Home Change - Charles Church will arrange for 2 independent valuations on your home. Once you have agreed on a selling price, they will assist in finding a buyer and pay any estate agent fees. This scheme can also be used in conjunction with Help to Buy, the government backed scheme which enables you to own 100% of your home for just 80% of the price!
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  • Part Exchange - Move in to your brand new home without the hassle of selling your current home by Part Exchanging your current home with Charles Church
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  • NewBuy - The first ever government-backed mortgage indemnity scheme is now available. The NewBuy Guarantee scheme aims to help homebuyers who only have access to a 5% deposit. Under the new programme, developed jointly by the Home Builders Federation (HBF) and Council of Mortgage Lenders, 95% percent mortgages will be made available to existing homeowners as well as first-time buyers (FTBs) on new-build properties (houses and flats) worth up to £500,000. This is welcome news for first-time buyers in the capital and surrounding areas, where the average price of housing is much higher than anywhere else in the UK and also for existing homeowners who are looking to move up the property ladder into larger homes. The typical deposit needed to buy a home is 20 per cent; so for a home worth £200,000 buyers using the NewBuy scheme need a deposit of just £10,000 rather than £40,000. Charles Church will have lending arrangements with Santander, Halifax, Woolwich, Nationwide and NatWest for NewBuy offering a wide selection of options to homebuyers. NewBuy Eligibility Criteria - The NewBuy scheme is only available to purchasers of new build houses or flats, priced up to £500,000 - Purchasers may be first-time buyers or those already on the property ladder - Purchasers must be UK citizens or those with a right to remain indefinitely in the country - The NewBuy scheme is only open to those purchasing their principal home - The NewBuy scheme is not available for shared ownership or shared equity purchases
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  • Help to Buy - The government backed scheme which allows you to buy a new home with just a 5% deposit
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  • 5% Deposit paid - Charles Church can help to boost your deposit by supplying an additional 5%
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All special offers are only available on certain developments and selected plots subject to terms and conditions

 

 

Charles Church are building new homes in: Abergavenny, Alnwick, Andover, Arundel, Ascot, Ashington, Barleythorpe, Basingstoke, Bedford, Bishops Stortford, Blyth, Bramhall, Bridgwater, Bristol, Brockworth, Buckley, Burbage, Buxton, Caerphilly, Carlisle, Chatham, Chepstow, Church Village, Cofton Hackett, Coity, Congresbury, Coventry, Cranbrook, Disley, Dorking, Edenbridge, Edgbaston, Euxton, Evesham, Exeter, Four Marks, Fulwood, Garforth, Gosforth, Hailsham, Horndean, Hull, Ingleby Barwick, Ipswich, Kidwelly, Kings Cliffe, Lamphey, Leicester, Llanelli, Llanrhidian, Llanymynech, Long Marston, Loughborough, Middlewich, Monmouth, Morpeth, Nassington, Newport, Norwich, Nottingham, Oundle, Oxford, Peterborough, Pontefract, Pontypridd, Reading, Rochdale, Rothley, Saffron Walden, Sawtry, Shaftesbury, Spennymoor, Stalybridge, Stanton Under Bardon, Stratford-upon-Avon, Stroud, Swansea, Syston, Telford, Trowbridge, Usk, Wellesbourne, Weston-super-Mare, Wigan, Willington, Wimborne Minster, Wooler, Wymondham .