Why rent when you can buy for less in Bilston?
16 November 2012
Persimmon West Midlands is helping cash-strapped families in and around Wolverhampton to move for as little as £350 per month
Why would you choose to rent a property when you could buy a home for less?
That was the question being asked this week by Persimmon West Midlands as troubled house hunters pondered whether to rent or to buy?
At Abbots Field, an exciting new development on Ettingshall Road in Bilston, Persimmon is offering a three bedroom terraced property – with carpets – for just £131,500.
That means, cash strapped families in and around Wolverhampton could move into their very own home for just £350 per month - £100 less than it would cost to rent a similar property.
Stephen Cleveley, Sales Director at Persimmon Homes West Midlands, said: “It really is a buyer’s market at the moment, and some of the offers that we have at Abbots Field might appear to be too good to be true. But why would you pay more to rent a property that will never be yours when you could actually spend less money buying your very own home?
“Not only that, but if customers reserve a property by the end of the month, they could well be in their brand new home by Christmas.”
Three and four bedroom properties are available at Abbots Field from as little as £131,500 under the FirstBuy equity loan scheme which helps first time buyers onto the property ladder.
Abbots Field affords easy travel to both Birmingham and Wolverhampton city centres via the Midland Metro Tram. It is also serviced by an established bus network. Access to the M6 and M5 motorways can be obtained via the Black Country route.
The location is within easy reach of a variety of shops, markets and schools in Bilston as well as having the advantage of all the shopping and leisure facilities of Wolverhampton City Centre.