House builder Cameron Homes has taken action to reassure purchasers concerned about the Brexit effects on the property market.
Cameron, which has a range of new housing developments throughout central England, are encouraging purchasers to see beyond the uncertainty of the UK leaving the EU.
“We know that some people are worried about the impact that Brexit may have on mortgage rates in the coming years,” said Maxine Moore, sales and marketing director.
“With a very competitive mortgage market, purchasers can look at locking into a fixed rate for five years, creating certainly around their mortgage whilst the dust settles.
“We have taken steps to minimise any possible sudden rises by arranging for our customers, subject to conditions, to access a five year rate which will secure payments way beyond 2019.
“Buying is quite often cheaper than renting, so with rates so low and payments more affordable, it makes sense to purchase a new home at the moment,” Maxine added.
Cameron has joined forces with Central Financial Services, new build mortgage specialists, who can advise on the right deal for purchasers, including fixed rates for the longer term.