The House Shop feature thousands of new homes for sale from all over the UK. Find the best deal with many property developers offering incentives to help make buying easier. Incentives range from Deposit Paid to Mortgage Paid for a set time, Part Exchange to cash back or even free new furnishings. You can also find accessible properties from new build developers.
The Help to Buy scheme helps hard-working people like you take steps to buy your own home. Ideal for buyers that want to get onto the housing ladder, Help to Buy makes it possible to buy a new-build or an existing home priced up to £600,000 with as little as a 5% deposit. Find more about Help To Buy new homes & other government schemes.
All new homes should carry a 10 year warranty providing buyers protection, either via The National House Building Council (NHBC), or other leading insurance companies. The National House Building Council are the leading insurance and warranty providers for new and newly converted homes in the UK, covering roughly 80% of all new homes built in the UK.
Shared Ownership is a government-funded scheme that helps you to buy a brand new home, at your own pace. You can purchase a share in a new home from some of the best developers and builders in the country, and then pay a subsidised rent to the developer for the part you don't own. This is a great way to get on the property ladder if you aren't ready to buy outright.
The House Shop advertise new homes in England, Wales and Scotland on behalf of the biggest and best house builders in the UK, giving you a unique selection of new flats, houses and apartments for sale and to rent. New homes are constructed to the highest possible standard and developers are committed to providing stylish and affordable contemporary living.
Buying a new home means that you will be living in a home that is greener than most of the existing housing stock in the UK. With new stringent regulations, eco-friendly new homes are on average 60% more energy efficient than a period home. These measures mean great savings on energy bills and make a new home a more comfortable place to live.