Carronvale Homes says it is continuing to buck the trend of slow new home sales and is hoping to launch two new sites this year.
Carronvale intends to build low-rise family homes.
With sold-out signs on phase one at Esprit, Cambuslang, and good forward sales at its other developments across Scotland’s central belt, Carronvale is looking forward to a bright future.
Sales director Patsy McLaren says: “We have always been confident in the quality and design of our new homes, and we ensure our prices are competitive.
“We also have a range of financial packages designed to help potential new homebuyers whatever their circumstance. With prices ranging from £95,999 to £425,000, and homes ranging from one-bedroom starter apartments to five-bedroom executive houses, Carronvale Homes has something for everyone.”
Coinciding with Carronvale’s potential new developments, house building industry body Homes for Scotland is launching its new mortgage indemnity scheme designed to help get the housing market moving again by driving 95 per cent loan to value lending back into the mortgage mainstream.
Developed with the support of the Scottish government and set to launch soon, it should help to create new home owning opportunities for those who can demonstrably afford mortgages but are currently excluded from the housing market due to high deposit requirements.
Carronvale Homes is currently building across Scotland’s central belt, including its flagship development Strathearn Heights, Crieff; Newlandsmuir Wynd, East Kilbride; Adagio Apartments, Burnside; Eclipse, Grangemouth; and Kirkton Mews, Bathgate.