Help to Buy: Equity Loan
Help to Buy: Equity Loan is available for first-time buyers only and is subject to eligibility, terms and conditions. Regional price caps apply. Available on selected developments and selected plots only. Available on selected developments and selected plots only. Speak to a Sales Advisor for further details. Find your Help to Buy Agent: https://www.helptobuy.gov.uk/
Assisted Move is managed by a third party. A holding fee will be taken when we appoint an estate agent on your behalf which will make up part of your reservation deposit. Estate agents fees will be paid by us on completion of your purchase of a new Inland Homes property. Available on selected developments and selected plots only.
Key Worker Discount
Professionals classed in the Key Worker category include those stated as a Key Worker under the government Covid-19 outbreak list. Key worker status must be stated at point of reservation and customers will be required to prove Key Worker eligibility during the progression of the sale. Available on selected developments only. Only one key worker discount available per property and the property must be intended to be used as the customers main residence, and not for investment. Offer is subject to Help to Buy approval on a Help to Buy purchase. There will be no cash alternative for the offer. Inland Homes holds the final decision over eligibility for the scheme. Offer not available in conjunction with any other offer unless otherwise stated and is valid from 22.05.2020 until 31.07.2021. Inland Homes reserves the right to withdraw or alter any offer at any time prior to the payment of a reservation fee. Available on selected developments only. Please ask a Sales Advisor for full details.
Offers & Incentives
Our advertised offers and incentives are subject to terms and conditions and are subject to contract. They are available on selected developments and selected plots only, please ask a Sales Advisor for further details. We reserve the right to withdraw or amend offers at any time and without further notice. Offers and incentives must be agreed at point of reservation and are not available in conjunction with any other offer or negotiation.
Government Stamp Duty Holiday
No stamp duty to pay up to £500,000 of the property purchase price for single property homeowners, as per the government SDLT initiative ending 30th June 2021. Stamp duty will apply to properties over the value of £500,000. Between 1st July 2021 and 30th September 2021 there will be a staggered return to previous SDLT rates, meaning there will be no stamp duty to pay on the first £250,000 of the property purchase price. Investors and additional property owners will still be required to pay the 3% Higher Rates on additional dwellings charge (HRAD).
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Stamp Duty Holiday Extension
If applicable. Relates to the UK government stamp duty holiday which was announced in July 2020. Eligible on Inland Homes properties legally completing between 1st July 2021 and 30th September 2021. Saving available on properties with a purchase price between £250,000 - £500,000. Available on selected properties and selected developments only. Speak to a Sales Advisor for further details. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or incentives. Investors and additional property owners will be required to pay the 3% Higher Rates on Additional Dwellings (HRAD) charge. Payable as a cash allowance upon legal completion. Subject to Government terms. After 30th September 2021, homeowners will be required to pay the original SDLT sum they would have paid prior to the Government Stamp Duty Holiday announcement.
Photography & Computer Generated Illustrations
All internal / external photography is indicative only. Computer generated illustrations depict how the development/property may look after completion and are indicative only. Virtual tours are to be used as a guide only and depict the specification / plot layout and are indicative only. Showhome photography demonstrates typical Inland Homes interiors and is indicative only.