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Are you looking to buy a new build home in Manchester? As a thriving city for residential development, Manchester is a great place to find a variety of new houses at a wide range of prices. Whether you’re looking to find the perfect family property or your first home, there are over 40 developments in and around the city, so you’re sure to find your dream home. The average house price in Manchester hovers around £240,000, making it one of the more affordable larger cities to live in as well as significantly cheaper than the average house price across the UK. New builds in Manchester tend to be slightly more expensive compared to second-hand homes, however they also tend to be significantly more energy efficient, saving you thousands.
There are a range of incentives and buying schemes available in England to help you get on the property ladder. The First Homes Scheme aims to keep buyers local rather than being priced out of expensive locations - available only on new build homes, they are offered at a discount of 30-50% compared to the market price. This is only available on select developments at present, however is predicted to be available across a much larger range of homes over the next few years. The Shared Ownership scheme is also available, which allows you to buy a percentage (10-75%) share of a new build property and pay rent on the remaining part. Many developers and housing associations also have their own incentives available on select developments and plots, as well as offers available for Key Workers and Armed Forces personnel, so it’s worth investigating different builders to see what is being offered.
Manchester boasts a lively cultural scene with an array of attractions. The Northern Quarter stands out as a hub for creativity, with a multitude of indie boutiques and stunning street art. The iconic O2 Ritz and Band on the Wall venues offer live gigs and events for music fans, and art lovers can explore the Whitworth Art Gallery's collection of contemporary exhibitions. You can't miss the legendary Old Trafford stadium if you’re an avid football fan, and the city's industrial heritage is evident at the Science and Industry Museum. Manchester's cultural tapestry guarantees an authentic and enriching experience for everyone.
If you’re looking for a new build in a location close to the city centre, but don’t want to live right in the middle of the urban jungle, there are multiple towns and boroughs around the Greater Manchester area that might be more suited to you, including Salford, Bolton, Stockport and Rochdale. The transport links in and around the city are accessible for everyone, including trains, trams, buses and cycling routes, so you’ll have no problem travelling around the wider area.
The vibrant cultural and entertainment hub of Salford Quays, where there’s a range of waterfront apartments, is perfect for young professionals. Families have the choice of suburbs such as Didsbury, with excellent primary schools, a welcoming community and array of pubs and restaurants. Towns further afield within Greater Manchester, such as Wilmslow, have a number of developments and are also perfectly located for Manchester Airport. There are a range of new homes in Manchester that will be close and convenient for what is ideal for you.
Get started with your property search by looking through our list of developments. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, you can Register for alerts and you’ll receive an email when new developments are added in Manchester and the surrounding areas.