If you are looking to get on to the housing ladder, Colchester haart’s First Time Buyer and New Home Centre can help you through the experience of buying your first home.
Whether you want to be in the town centre, at The Hythe or Highwoods, Greenstead or Wivenhoe, we have the local knowledge and experience to help you make your first move.
Sellers choose us to promote new home property developments or individual terraced homes, flats and maisonettes, as well as semis and detached houses as they know we have extensive local knowledge and a large list of buyers.
We market our properties via our own haart website, on Rightmove.co.uk and OnTheMarket.com as well as via social media, dedicated email campaigns and traditional newspaper advertising.
We know how confusing it can be for someone new to the property market so we can also help with mortgage advice, surveys and conveyancing.
We are contactable from 8am to 10pm, seven days a week.
Historic Colchester is proud of its ancient Roman history and is now home to a population of over 177,000 and the British Army’s 16 Air Assault Brigade.
It has a high employment rate, a thriving local economy, a great shopping scene and vibrant nightlife and is just 42 minutes by train from London.
Around 79 per cent of people say they feel satisfied with the local area as a place to live, according to a Colchester Borough Council survey.
Oriel House Open Day. Turning a new leaf – that’s Oriel House in Colchester, the former offices of the Essex County Standard, which is being opened to the public to showcase its redevelopment as 24 stunning apartments.
Surge in market activity as Government gets its act together on Brexit and Housing . New buyer registrations up 7.8% in England and Wales and 7.6% in London. Number of property viewings taking place is up 4.1% in England and Wales and 10.4% in London. Transactions remain down by -16% on the year as barriers prevent intentions turning into sales.
YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE.
haart introduces to Just Mortgages who represents Openwork Ltd.