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£425,000 (Prices from)

Jazz Yard, Fairlie House, Brunner Road, London, E17 7NW

Type C, Brunner Road, Jazz Yard, Fairlie House, E17 7NW

Help to Buy Apartment

Bedrooms: 1
Furnished: No
Reception rooms: 1
New Build: Yes
Bathrooms: 1
Area: 570 sqft
Description
Jazz Yard is a new development in the heart of Walthamstow, offering a collection of 1 and 2-bedroom private sale apartments with Help to Buy available.

There are 7 one-bedroom private sale apartments with Help to Buy released at the Jazz Yard and 3 is of this layout:

2.05.01 / Flat 20 can be found on the 5th floor and is from £420,000

2.06.02 / Flat 26 can be found on the 6th floor and is from £425,000 - RESERVED

2.07.02 / Flat 32 can be found on the 7th floor and is from £425,000

All properties are 53.0m2 / 570ft2 and comprise of a great-sized bedroom, open-plan living and private outdoor space.

Scheme Information:

Leasehold
Lease length: 999 years
Council tax is due from the day of legal completion even though the banding may not yet be confirmed, please bear this in mind and make the necessary arrangements. When the property banding is confirmed, it will be listed on the following page: https://www.gov.uk/council-tax-bands or email [email protected]
Estimated Annual Service Charge: £1,515.48
Service Charge Review Period: Yearly
Ground Rent: £0

Eligibility for Help to Buy: Equity Loan

In order to be eligible to purchase with Help to Buy: Equity Loan, there are several general criteria you must meet:

  • You must be at least 18 years’ old with a clean credit history
  • You must be buying a new build property - the price of which needs to be within the relevant regional price cap
  • You’re a first-time buyer and anyone you are purchasing with must not own a home or residential land now or in the past in the UK, or abroad
  • You must not be in mortgage or rent arrears, demonstrate a good credit history and be in a position to afford the regular payments
  • Anyone you are purchasing with must not have any form of sharia mortgage finance

Find out what you can afford

Unsure of how much you can afford to borrow towards the purchase of a home? Use our Affordability Calculator below to receive an assessment* of how much you’re likely to be able to borrow based on your income.

*Help to Buy: Equity Loan

  • London Boroughs: 40%
  • Outside of London: 20%
*Help to Buy: Equity Loan
*The affordability calculators give you an indication of affordability only. Your initial affordability assessment will need to be completed by an Independent Financial Advisor (IFA).
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