An Electric shock London’s young buyers will love. More than 100 shared-ownership homes close to Brixton’s buzz start from £85k at Electric Quarter
New homes for first-time buyers in various commuter belt locations, with Help to Buy available at each.
Facing average deposit amounts of nearly £90k across London, Help to Buy is the answer for a growing band of young buyers.
From rough-and-tumble to alarmingly expensive — SE14 has seen a dramatic transformation, locking many young buyers out — but new flats aimed at first-timers launch next month.
A Crossrail boost of hundreds of millions of pounds in regeneration cash is transforming this middle-league suburb into a highly desirable west London district.
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