- 10 year build warranty
- Allocated parking
- Double glazed windows
- Modern fitted kitchen
- Turfed rear garden
- Available plot numbers: 8
Available for Shared Ownership
Part of the Hecadeck Lane, Nether Broughton development
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This new build house is on The Oval development by Grace Homes in Nether Broughton. This village lies within the Melton District in Leicestershire. The village lies on the main A606 road between Melton Mowbray and Nottingham. The village provides a pub, church and village hall with primary schools in neighbouring villages of Old Dalby and Long Clawson.
The accommodation comprises of entrance lobby with staircase off, lounge, cloakroom/wc, fitted dining kitchen, two double bedrooms, one single bedroom and bathroom/wc to first floor. Enclosed fenced garden and parking
3 Bedroom mid terraced house
£96,250 for a 35% share (deposit from £4,812)
Monthly Rent on remaining share £424.53
£137,500 for a 50% share (deposit from £6,875)
Monthly Rent on remaining share £315.10
£206,250 for a 75% share (deposit from £10,312)
Monthly Rent on remaining share £157.55
These properties are now available.
Other shares can be purchased subject to an affordability assessment.
Examples of deposit rates are based on our minimum required deposit rate of 5%. However please seek financial advice to confirm what deposit rate is available to you.
Council Tax TBC - due to these properties being new builds and not being previously occupied the council tax and banding has not yet been set.
Service Charge - A service charge will be charged against the property and is paid monthly with your rent payment. The service charge is reviewed on an annual basis on April 1st. This will include Buildings insurance, management and any communal/estate charges that may be covered (if applicable). The service charge displayed is estimated based on the initial assessment of the scheme, please contact the sales consultant for details.
Ground Rent - Not applicable
Homes England Key Information Document – please download and read through our key information document for this property. This will include pricing details, eligibility and some lease information.
- For further information, please download our brochure below.
- TO APPLY NOW, please make an enquiry to contact Platform Home Ownership, the relevant sales consultant will then send you an application form to complete.
- Upon receipt of your application, we will refer you for an affordability assessment to determine the most affordable share for you.
- Once you have passed the affordability assessment, we will then be in contact to confirm the availability.
- If there is a suitable property we will then issue out your offer letter and advice on how to pay your £250.00 reservation fee for your new home.
Shared Ownership is a fantastic opportunity if you're an unable to purchase a home on the open market. It allows you to buy a share in a property on a part buy/part rent basis and pay a subsidised rent on the part that you do not own. Over time, you can purchase more shares in your property - this is known as 'staircasing'. This can be done at any time after initial purchase and it will reduce the amount of rent you pay, as the share of the home that you do not own will have got smaller. We will offer shares between 25-75% of the property value depending on the outcome of the affordability assessment. The higher the share you purchase, the lower your rent will be. You will need to be able to obtain a mortgage for the share you want to purchase unless you have sufficient funds to enable you to purchase a share outright. Deposit amounts will be lower than purchasing a property on the open market also the combined cost of mortgage and rent is often cheaper than privately renting in the area.
For more detailed information and your obligations in relation to shared ownership please download our 'Guide to Shared Ownership'
Am I eligible?
Shared Ownership uses the following criteria to help people to get onto the property ladder:
- Maximum annual household income of £80,000.
- Unable to purchase a home suitable for your needs.
*Please note some images are typical and should be used as a guide only