Sunday, November 28, 2021

Local home builder launches incentive to support Worksop and Nottinghamshire’s education professionals

A local home builder is supporting those working within the education sector, who play such an important role in their communities by launching a new incentive designed to boost their efforts to buy a new home.

David Wilson Homes Yorkshire West, which has it’s Gateford Manor development in Gateford, is offering a deposit contribution of up to £15,000 off the price of a new home for anyone who works at a nursery, school, college or university.

The Education Workers scheme, which is being piloted in Yorkshire, allows buyers to receive a deposit contribution of £750 for every £25,000 spent, up to a maximum contribution of £15,000. The discount is designed to help everyone working in the education sector get onto the property ladder or secure a brand new home, as a thank-you for their hard work over the past 18 months.

The introduction of the scheme gives something back to the professionals across the region working in the education sector who have faced a challenging 18 months, during which they have had to adapt quickly to school and class closures and the challenges associated with remote teaching.

To mark the launch of the pilot scheme, the home builder is also offering £200 school fund contributions for every sale of employees of that school purchasing a home with David Wilson Homes in Worksop and Nottinghamshire.

Sam Wood, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes Yorkshire West said: “The teachers, tutors, lecturers and support staff who work in Worksop and Nottinghamshire have done a tremendous job in challenging circumstances over the last 18 months, so we wanted to thank them in the form of some extra support for those who might be looking to buy a new home. We have a range of properties available for first time buyers and growing families alike, and our sales advisors are on hand to arrange appointments and viewings around busy schedules for anyone eager to find out more.”

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