Next time buyer schemes

Do you want to buy a Gleeson home but have a house to sell?

Please contact our Sales Negotiator for information on which schemes are available on your chosen development

Take a look at our Advance Scheme

'Advance to Buy' is designed to help you sell your home swiftly and effectively and assist you with meeting the cost.

How does it work?

There are 5 simple effective steps

  1. A reservation fee of £200 is taken to secure the plot of your choice for 4 weeks.
  2. You will be given free mortgage advice from our recommended mortgage adviser. We will arrange two free valuations on your property by our nominated estate agents and will make an agreement with you on the asking price.
  3. Your property will then be marketed through the appointed estate agent and in the Gleeson sales office.
  4. If the property remains unsold at the end of the 4 week period, the situation will be reviewed and we will determine with you the next course of action.
  5. Once a sale has been agreed on your property, contracts will be sent to your appointed solicitor in order for the legal process to commence. When your new home is ready and the legal process is complete, we will then refund you £750 towards your fees. If applicable, we will also pay our contribution towards stamp duty on your new home.

Did you know you can use the Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme to buy your next home?

'Help to Buy' is a scheme designed to help you buy a new home with help from the Government through Homes England. The Government will provide an equity loan of up to 20 % of the purchase price.

How does it work?

There are 7 simple effective steps

  1. You reserve the plot of your choice. A £200 reservation fee is payable. You instruct a solicitor from our approved panel who will act in your best interests, who know and understand how Help To Buy works and with which we have negotiated competative rates for you.
  2. You will be given free mortgage advice from our recommended specialist mortgage adviser who will financially qualify you and advise which documents you need to provide.
  3. The specialist mortgage adviser will help you fill in the necessary forms to apply for Help To Buy.
  4. The documents are checked and the Homebuy agent grants you Authority to Proceed.
  5. When you have received the authority to proceed, your mortgage adviser will help you make your mortgage application to a suitable lender.
  6. When you have received your mortgage offer and your solicitor has carried out all the legal work you will exchange contracts. This will normally take about 8 weeks.
  7. When your new home is ready, your deposit, Help To Buy contribution and mortgage funds will be put together and when your solicitor is satisfied that the legal process is complete, legal completion can take place and you will receive the keys to your new home.