Downsizing to a new village community was our right move Eddie and Jayne had lived in their Surrey home for 26 years before deciding it was time for a change. Their renovated 1970s house was a home they loved, and where they’d raised their two children. But now that their son and daughter had flown the nest, they found themselves with …
A more energy efficient property that could significantly reduce your energy use stands waiting for you. A new home with Legal & General Homes could help to combat rising energy costs and cut your emissions, saving an average of £2,600* a year in energy bills…
Escape the property chain and move swiftly with the help of Legal & General Homes and our reputable Part Exchange service.
If you’re looking to take advantage of an existing mortgage rate agreement, port your current mortgage terms, or you’ve just spotted your dream home and want to make a quick move, here’s where our Part Exchange …
The UK Government has announced that it is cutting Stamp Duty Land Tax (“stamp duty”) for those purchasing a residential property by doubling the level at which people begin paying this from £125,000 to £250,000.
Ideally situated between Bristol, Bath and Oxford, Shrivenham offers green living in the heart of The Vale of The White Horse – perfect for those looking for a well-connected escape to the country.
Felicity Stevens, Co-Founder of the creative interior design agency, Interiors by Haus, has worked closely with homebuilders for many years designing showhome interiors on developments across the Midlands, Oxfordshire and even the North of Scotland - including homes for our sister company, Cala Homes, and our latest showhome in Didcot, Nobel Park.
A volunteer-run rugby club in Didcot is celebrating after it scooped a £1,800 donation from us, which has helped the community group bounce back stronger after the pandemic.
The new community being created by Legal & General Homes at Nobel Park in Didcot is beginning to take shape as the first residents have started to settle in to their new life at the landmark 1,880-home development.
“We were over the moon to secure a family home like this” – First-time buyers move into a three-bedroom home the week before lockdown
The UK Government today announced that the temporary reduction of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) across England would be extended to 30 June 2021 before a gradual phasing out.
There’s no denying that it has been an extraordinary year, and months of working from home has pushed many of us to reconsider where and how we want to live.