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SPONSORED: Get help with a deposit for your dream home in Countesswells

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Countesswells is one of Aberdeen’s most exciting and hotly anticipated new communities, so it’s perhaps no surprise that buyers are lining up to get one of Stewart Milne’s new homes there. And not only will they find you your dream home, they’ll even help pay for your deposit!

Available on all plots in Stewart Milne’s two Countesswells neighbourhoods, the 5% deposit match scheme aims to make buying a house more attainable. And at a time when getting a mortgage might require a bigger deposit, it’s more helpful than ever.

Sales manager Tanya Fowlie said: “Our deposit match offer is a huge benefit as over the last 12 months we have seen mortgage lenders increasingly look for a 15% deposit and it can take buyers years to save that much.

“Stewart Milne Homes are taking away that pressure, helping make our customers dream new home a reality now.”

Stewart Milne Homes has two neighbourhoods of stunning new two, three, four and five bedroom homes at Countesswells. Regency Place won the coveted ‘Best Large Development’ award at the Homes for Scotland Awards, plus, buyers looking to live in Aberdeen’s newest
community are now even more spoilt for choice since the launch of Jubilee Walk.

Each of the homes offers something different but all share the exacting standards, quality of craftsmanship, attention to detail and high specification that Stewart Milne Homes has built its reputation on for 46 years.

But it’s not just getting a high-quality home in a beautiful up-and-coming area that makes this offer extra special – it can actually help you save money in the long run.

Tanya added: “The other benefit can be that with a bigger deposit, buyers can access better rates for their mortgage.”

All of the homes come complete with AEG integrated appliances, fitted wardrobes, bathrooms, en-suites and cloakrooms fitted with high quality vanity units, solid wood doors, slabbed patios and much more.

And if you need help furnishing your brand new house to help give it that homely feel, you can use your £2021 John Lewis voucher, courtesy of Stewart Milne Homes.

The developers will make sure the outside of your house looks as great as the inside, thanks to free turfing and 1.8m of fencing around your garden, offering privacy to relax and enjoy a sociallydistanced spring drink with loved ones.

Stewart Milne even makes sure the floors are covered – literally! They
have a range of carpets and flooring for you to choose from FOR FREE and they’ll make sure it’s installed before you pick up the keys.

Tanya said: “Existing residents at Countesswells are already enjoying all this special new town has to offer with its natural green space, parks and woodland on the doorstep.

“For people moving into the area, couples looking to expand their family or people looking for somewhere peaceful to spend their
retirement, Countesswells ticks all the boxes.”


Find out more about Stewart Milne’s 5% Deposit Match, 100% part exchange offer and about their Countesswells neighbourhoods at the Stewart Milne Homes website.

Terms and conditions apply, see the Stewart Milne website for full
details.