Leeds Property: Why that ‘expensive’ new home may pay dividends

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New homes can sometimes be thought of as ‘too expensive’ for buyers however in a recent survey conducted by YouGov some staggering figures were unveiled!

Over 15 per cent of people who bought a pre-owned home found a problem after moving in that they were previously unaware of, compromising their enjoyment and perhaps necessitating costly repair or maintenance bills.

Miller Homes sales director Steve McElroy said there were many advantages to buying new over old and a great deal of them centred on not having to worry about repairs just after moving in.

“Buying a new home can alleviate the worry of unwanted discoveries and give buyers many years of hassle free home ownership in terms of renovations and repairs,” said Steve.

He continued: “And, with the typical home improvement costing an amazing £13,000 it can also save homeowners considerable sums of money too.”

Miller Homes appreciates that buying a new home is not all attributed to cost though and aside from offering quality homes at competitive prices they also offer intangible benefits such as well located developments, customer care that is second to none and a range of ways to buy which could make all the difference to you.

“We take immense pride in ensuring our customer journeys are positive and our own independent survey found that over 97 per cent of our customers would recommend us to a friend,” said Steve.

He went on: “We want to exceed our buyer’s expectations and we do this by employing and training competent, knowledgeable staff, using quality products and suppliers and helping you to enjoy your house buying journey, the Miller way.”

Miller Homes currently has twelve developments located across the region with a further two developments opening in Harrogate during summer 2014.

Properties range from one bedroom apartments priced from £75,000 to five bedroom executive homes priced from £401,950, making the prospect of getting on the housing ladder very real for those on tight budgets.

Further information can be found by visiting www.millerhomes.co.uk

Miller Homes is part of The Miller Group. Since it was established in 1934, Miller Homes has built more than 100,000 homes across the UK, providing a variety of properties to meet the needs of a wide range of purchasers at all stages of the property ladder.

Miller Homes operates in eight regions across the UK – Scotland East, Scotland West, North West, Yorkshire, North East, East Midlands, West Midlands and Southern.

Miller Homes offers a variety of incentives, including government-backed schemes and its own schemes to assist buyers.

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