3 bedroom house
- Semi detached house
- Village location
- Two double bedrooms
- Dining Kitchen with contemporary fitted units, ove, hob and extractor
- Platform Housing are pleased to announce new build homes in the village of Gotham available to move in, in January 2022. We are working with Geda to provide, 1, two and 1, three bedroom house for Rent to Buy.Gotham is a village located within the Rushcliffe District in Nottinghamshire being some 7 miles south west of Nottingham and 3 miles north east of Kegworth. The village provides a couple of shops and a church.Next StepsIf you're struggling to get onto the housing ladder, and shared ownership isn't right for you just yet, then Rent to Buy could be the perfect alternative! This scheme allows you to rent a brand new property, with the opportunity to save towards a deposit as you'll benefit from a discounted rent (80% of the market rate). After 5 years, you'll then have the opportunity to buy your home. In order to apply, please register with Help to Buy, and provide us with your reference number as well as 3 months pay slips (or 6 weeks if paid weekly), and 3 months bank statements. Please note that we will be required to carry out a credit reference check as part of your application.*please note that prices shown as indicative and are subject to change*Please note priority will be given to those with a local connection to the area.Local connectionThe applicant (or joint applicant) must:* have lived in the village for the last five years* be employed in the village for a minimum of fifteen hours per week and the employment is not of a short-term nature* have 10 years previous residence in the village if not currently residing there* be over 55 or with a disability requiring support on health grounds from close relatives currently living in the village* have close relatives (as defined below) living in the village for a period of at least the last five years.Close relative is defined as; Parents, children, siblings, grandparents or grandchildren (in each case including step relatives), where there is evidence of frequent contact, commitment to, and/or dependency on those family members.