Key worker discount helps first-time buyer snap up new Sutton property
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Cindy Acheampong, 25, is a biomedical scientist at Bedford Hospital, working in a lab testing samples from ICU and critical care patients for coronavirus.
She and her fiancé Samuel Donkor, a 27-year-old accountant, have secured their very first home, a four bedroom detached home on the Brand Lane development in Sutton, thanks to a bespoke discount from housebuilder Harron Homes, which has been designed to support people on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus.
Cindy said: “Getting a discount on a house would never have occurred to me before but the NHS incentive was a huge advantage.
“We’ve used it to upgrade our flooring, lighting and amenities – little things that will make our house a home.
“We’re so happy and excited.”
Natalie Griffiths, Sales Director for Harron Homes Midlands, said: “We’re delighted to be able to offer a discount on our homes to essential workers at this difficult time.
“The last few months must have been challenging to people working on the front line and will no doubt continue to be so, and we want to help improve their 2020 in any way we can.”
Harron Homes has recently extended its key worker offer, and will be offering its exclusive discount of up to £5,000 to all essential workers looking to purchase a home in 2020.
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