24 Mar

New homes 'have their advantages'

New homes 'have their advantages'

While older properties have their charms, new homes may be viewed as a better choice for some buyers, it has been claimed.

Writing in the Liverpool Echo, Dawn Collinson pointed out that there is generally less maintenance involved with newer-builds.

In addition, there should not be a need for updating and redecorating.

She stated: "New homes are built to the very latest building regulations and most come with a National House Building Council Buildmark warranty which provides ten years of cover against major damage to the property."

Also, most are fitted with UPVC double glazing, fascias and soffit boards, the writer pointed out.

According to Ms Collison, Spring is traditionally one of the busiest times in the housing market, so now could be a good time to make a move.

Recently, developer Taylor Wimpey drew attention to a number of houses for sale in Kent on developments at Furfield Park, Queens Square and Kings Walk in Maidstone.

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