Continuing to put its unique stamp across its developments in Leicestershire, housebuilder Mulberry Homes has launched a bespoke Key Worker scheme to make moving easier and more affordable for those working in the public sector.
This incentive is set to benefit a range of house hunters who are looking to get on or move up the property ladder, by offering up to a £500 contribution for every £20,000 spent towards a new Mulberry home.
This can be used on additional upgrades and financial incentives, subject to the lending criteria. These could include a contribution towards Stamp Duty, a flooring package, legal, survey or mortgage broker fees paid or a specification upgrade.
The all-encompassing incentive is available to staff from the following organisations: schools, hospitals, doctor’s surgeries, emergency services (police, fire and ambulance), local authority workers and armed forces personnel.
To apply for the scheme, all staff will have to do is present their identity card or pay slip to the Sales Advisor at the development of their choice at the time of registering and identifying a home, prior to proceeding through to reservation.
Ian Sadler, Managing Director at Mulberry Homes, said: “We’re very excited to be launching our bespoke Key Worker scheme, providing assistance for public sector personnel looking to move to a brand new Mulberry home.
“As a developer that puts the community at the heart of everything it does, we wanted to find a way to further support people in and around our developments, and these public sector personnel are vital to the infrastructure of a community.
“This scheme will hopefully give many house hunters looking to move that extra boost on or up the property ladder within one of our hand-picked, popular locations and into a beautifully designed Mulberry property.”
Each Mulberry home has been designed to the highest specification, with classic exteriors that complement their surroundings and modern, open-plan interiors which provide the perfect blend for modern day family living.
Internally, the finest details in each room of the homes has been carefully planned to offer something different, ensuring each family member has their own favourite space in their new home, whatever that may be.
Mulberry Homes currently has a handful of properties available at Hursley Park in Great Bowden, Stokes Rise in Great Easton and Harcourt Gardens in Kibworth Harcourt.
New homes have also been unveiled at Heathcote Grange in Great Bowden, and at the Kingsbury Park development in Lutterworth.
For information on any Mulberry Homes developments, please contact 01604 500 050 or visit https://mulberryhomes.co.uk/.
Established in 2011 and based in Northamptonshire, Mulberry Homes is a medium housebuilder that provides quality properties in hand-picked locations across the wider midlands. It specialises in individual and small developments with their own looks and personalities and builds traditional homes with modern layouts.
For terms and conditions on the scheme, please visit the Mulberry Homes website https://mulberryhomes.co.uk/2019/07/01/our-key-worker-scheme-has-now-launched/