The ‘Sold Out’ signs have now gone up at two of our popular developments of new homes in the North West.
We have taken the final reservations at Heathfields, off Church Lane in Lowton, near Warrington, where we are delivering 227 much needed new homes, and Amblers Meadow on Thames Avenue in Pennington, near Leigh, where we are building 122 properties.
Andrew Blundell, sales director at Wain Homes, said: “Selling out at both these developments shows the strength of interest from customers looking to move to this particular part of the North West and coincides with media reports suggesting mortgage rates are set to fall, following the Bank of England’s decision to keep its key interest rate on hold.
“This is great news for people wanting to move home, or buy their first property and highlights the confidence people have in new build homes. Wain Homes has strong brand awareness in this area, having been established for more than 50 years in the North West, and we are now directing our increasing number of enquiries to our Greater Manchester developments which are all experiencing growing interest.”
Wain Homes has three current Greater Manchester developments with availability – Crown Point in Denton, Carding Place in Hyde and Rectory Woods in Standish, the town where Wain Homes built its first ever property in 1972.
Andrew added: “Research released this year showed Greater Manchester was second only to Greater London for the highest number of new build sales in the UK in 2022 and with ongoing, high-profile investment into Manchester, the wider Greater Manchester conurbation is still a hotspot for house sales with people wanting to live within easy commuting distance of the city centre.
“We are delivering nearly 400 new homes and apartments in Denton, Hyde and Standish and customer interest is increasing across all three sites, both from local people and those wanting to invest in the North West.”