From the moment you reserve your brand new Persimmon home, we do our utmost to make the whole experience enjoyable and informative every step of the way, not just while you're buying, but after you've moved in too.
Take a look at the answers to a selection of frequently asked questions for a wealth of helpful advice for new homebuyers.
You may also find our online buying guide a helpful step-by-step guide to buying a Persimmon new home.
If you can't find the answer you're looking for, please feel free to get in touch – we will be happy to help you with any query you may have.
With a new Persimmon home you can be confident you're getting value for money. We build quality homes in a highly efficient way to ensure our prices are always realistic. We also offer a wide choice of property styles and incentives so there is something to suit everyone.
Buying a new home is less stressful as there's no need to wait for existing residents to move out. This also means your new home will be clean and untouched by previous owners, providing you with a blank canvas on which to stamp your own style and personality.
There are many reasons for buying a brand new home and some are explained in Reasons to Buy New. New homes are more energy efficient than older properties and quieter due to advances in sound insulation methods. They are also built to high safety standards to meet strict regulations.
For your peace of mind, new homes are protected by the National House Building Council (NHBC) 10-year Buildmark warranty and insurance should there be any problems.
Apart from these practical considerations, there is the advantage of starting afresh, in a new community, with a blank canvas to create the home of your dreams. Our homes come with fitted kitchens and bathrooms and you have a choice of fittings and finishes. You can also customise your home with our Finishing Touches.
Older properties can have high maintenance costs. You may need to improve the decorations and replace worn out kitchens, bathrooms, windows, wiring etc. If you choose a Persimmon home you may be able to take advantage of one of our many attractive promotional offers to help you buy your dream home.
If you've never bought a house before you might wonder why you need a solicitor to help you. But it's vital to ensure that everything is legally watertight. Good legal coverage is essential and this is where costs can begin to escalate. Not only will we help you find a good solicitor - one we know and trust to do a first class job for you - but we could pay up to £500 towards their services*.
In addition to the cost of your new home and solicitor you'll need to consider Stamp Duty, Land Registry fees, Local Authority search and mortgage lender fees. If you're moving from an existing home you'll also need to take into account estate agent, solicitor and removal costs.
* Some mortgage lenders will not permit the payment of legal fees please check with your sales advisor or Independent Financial Advisor.
Want to get your foot on the property ladder? Take a look at our helpful information for first-time buyers.
Getting onto the first rung of the ladder can be the hardest part of the house-buying process. It can seem like a world of confusing jargon and hidden costs and can make buying your first home seem a bit overwhelming. However, we know this doesn't have to be the case - let us turn the process into a dream for you.
Before you set your heart on a new property, you should consider how much you can afford. Then you need to work out how much money you have and how much you need to borrow. There is also a number of promotional offers that apply from time to time on our developments.
When you visit one of our developments you will see the offers that are advertised. Call in and have a chat with one of our sales advisors. They will explain all the options available to you.
In addition to the cost of your new home you will need to consider Stamp Duty, Land Registry fees, Local Authority search, mortgage lender fees and solicitors costs.
You should also take into account the running cost of your new home including gas, electricity, council tax, water rates, ground rents [if the property is leasehold], service charges [for a leasehold flat] and insurance costs for the building and its contents.
High rental prices can make it hard to save for a deposit. We're aware of this and we will make every effort to advise you on the best course of action. We are often able to provide some help, particularly if you use a Persimmon-nominated mortgage provider and solicitor. In addition, we have schemes designed specifically to help get you on the property ladder and there are many Government-led initiatives which can help you too.
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