A scheme designed to help Essential Workers looking to move home this year has been proven a success, with eligible homebuyers having saved in excess of £100,000 combined across all of Mulberry Homes’ developments.
The scheme from Mulberry Homes is designed to make moving more affordable, and was extended to include all frontline workers currently faced with the extra stress and increased workload as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
A part of the extended incentive was £1,000 worth of pre-purchased vouchers to spend on local businesses concluded on the 30th September, however the luxury homebuilder is still offering a financial contribution of £500 for every £20,000 spent, capped at £600,000*.
Subject to lending criteria, this could be put towards a choice of upgrades, flooring or professional fees, and is available to staff from schools, hospitals, doctor’s surgeries, emergency services, local authority workers and armed forces personnel.
Essential workers include those working in health and social care, education and childcare, public services, local and national government, food and other necessary goods, public safety and national security, transport, utilities and communications and financial services as defined on the gov.uk website.
Kerry Jones, Sales Director at Mulberry Homes, said: “Mulberry Homes aims to put the community at the heart of everything it does and we take pride in being able to support public sector personnel who are vital to the infrastructure of a community.
“We’re thrilled to be supporting Essential Workers through our bespoke scheme. The £1,000 worth of vouchers offer is only available for customers who evidence their employment with reservations made before 30th September, so we encourage all those who are interested to act quickly.
“As part of Mulberry Homes’ Distinctly Local campaign, we have been purchasing vouchers and collaborating with local businesses throughout the whole year, and we’re delighted to be further supporting them and our community now, especially in these difficult times.”
Each Mulberry home has been designed to the highest specification, with classic exteriors that complement their surroundings and modern, open-plan interiors which provide the perfect blend for family living.
Internally, the finest details in each room of the homes has been carefully planned to offer something different, ensuring each family member has their own favourite space in their new home, whatever that may be.
The scheme is available across Leicestershire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire, including Mulberry Homes’ developments of Brunswick Gate in Lower Stondon, Heathcote Grange in Great Bowden, Kingsbury Park in Lutterworth, Market Reach in Potton and Meadow View Fields in Moulton.
For further information visit https://mulberryhomes.co.uk/schemes-incentives/key-workers-scheme/