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    Blog by Guy Ackernley

    We're launching Help to Buy at Smith's Dock

    28 June 2017
    A 2 minute read by Guy Ackernley

    On Saturday 8th July we’re launching Help to Buy on homes for sale at Smith’s Dock - giving more people a chance to get on the ladder at our Tyneside scheme.

    Smith’s Dock is North Shields’ historic shipyard; we recently unveiled the first waterfront homes for sale there and have already sold 50% of them - with the remainder available through Help to Buy.

    It’s an initiative that sees the Government lend buyers up to 20% of the cost of a new-build home free of charge, meaning they need just 5% cash deposit and a 75% mortgage to make up the rest.

    Our launch event’s a chance to tell customers more about how it works - and how affordable home ownership can be. If you want to join us, drop us a line by calling 0191 580 7999, email us or visit the Smith’s Dock website.

    About the author

    Guy Ackernley

    Residential Director

    Guy’s been selling property for over 17 years now in which time he established and grew the JLL (formerly King Sturge) residential team in Leeds. There, he was involved in all aspects of residential property from new homes, investment, land, estate agency and valuation. Guy also worked for London based developers Crown Dilmun where he was involved in residential developments across England and Scotland. When he’s not selling homes to Urban Splash customers, Guy’s a keen sailor (aye, aye).

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