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Why Buy New?

When you buy new, you benefit from higher-quality design, more convenience, less running cost and less repairs. Buying new saves you time and money.
With developments across London, carefully chosen for excellent transports links and investment credentials, a new build London property is not only a great investment, it's also the perfect place for you to call home in the world's favourite capital city.

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A blank canvas for you to personalise

A new build property is a great place to start from scratch and personalize your own space the way you want it. The feeling of walking in to a property that has never been lived in before is really very special and lets your imagination run wild so you can make the space your own.

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Just a 5% deposit with Help to Buy

There has never been a better time to buy a new build home in London with Help to Buy - a Government-backed initiative that is only available on new build properties. All you need is a 5% deposit and a 75% mortgage. The 'Help to Buy Equity Loan' covers the remaining 20% on homes worth up to £600,000.

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Safe and secure

Feel safe in your new home. New Build London developments offer greater safety and security than second-hand, older homes because most of them have secure double-glazed windows, fire resistant materials, circuit breakers and smoke alarms as standard.

You'll also benefit from lower insurance premiums and greater protection for your belongings because all the properties are fitted with modern locks. Living within a development also offers that extra piece of mind of a concierge service and on-site property management which is the case in most developments.

Under Warranty, As Standard

When you move into a new home you expect everything to be perfect, and in a new build London home you can expect it to stay that way.

Warranty is usually provided to virtually all New builds in London and covers just about everything fitted as standard, from light switches to ovens. In addition to the ten-year NHBC Buildmark warranty, the developer's warranty ensures you have complete peace of mind.

No chain, no survey, no hassle

Buying a second-hand home can put you at the whim of unreliable or unprepared sellers. A major advantage of buying a new home is that there's no upwards chain or structural survey to worry about.

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The purchase procedure

Don't be daunted by the prospect of buying a new home - the whole process needn't be as complicated as you might think.

Below we've set out the necessary steps to keep your house-buying experience as hassle-free as possible. Morgan Randall will be here to assist you every step of the way.

Know what you can afford

Getting your finances sorted early helps focus your search for your new home and proves a reassuring first step. Find out how much you can borrow, see how much your deposit will need to be and get a mortgage agreed in principle with a lender.

This agreement doesn't tie you to anything, and you can always choose a different provider later.

Find your new home

Now for the exciting bit - finding your new home.

Setting up an account will make finding the right home much easier

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Save your property shortlist and home searches

Store your results from our handy home-buying tools

Find a solicitor

Your solicitor is there to take care of all the legal aspects of the home-buying process. Remember to shop around for the best rate and make sure you find one that specialises in conveyancing (preparing the property transfer documents).

If you'd like to speak with one of our recommended solicitors, please talk to our sales team.

Reserve your home

In the traditional home-buying process, this is similar to the 'make an offer' stage. Once your home is reserved, no one else will be able to reserve it. Now you can really start picturing yourself in your new place.

Arrange your mortgage

There are plenty of options to consider when it comes to a mortgage. Once you've done your research (or spoken to a mortgage adviser - we can put you in touch if you like) you can select the option that's best for you.

Get a valuation and survey

Your mortgage lender will want confirmation the home is worth what you're paying for it.
They'll organise the valuation for you - this will involve a fee

The survey checks the condition of your new home - much more of a formality, but a legal necessity nonetheless.

Complete legal work

Your solicitor will look after this for you. It's all about formally transferring ownership from us to you (known as conveyancing), and checking there are no legal obstacles in the way, like local plans that may affect the value of the property.

Exchange contracts

Once the legal work is complete, your solicitor will exchange contracts with us. This is when you pay your deposit and commit to the deal taking place.

You can now get officially excited and start planning your move.

Complete, move in, and celebrate

On the date of completion, you become the legal owner of your new home. Congratulations! The full cost of the property is transferred from your mortgage lender to your solicitor then on to the seller. The keys are now yours and you can move in. Your customer experience manager will have invited you to a new home tour so that we can guide you around the development and your new property and make sure you know where everything is and how everything works.