Kelty housing development ‘nearly sold out’

People who want to buy a house in Scotland may be interested to learn that one Fife development is fast running out of available properties. The George Wimpey Redmond Vale development in Kelty has only a few homes left before all the plots are sold. Incentives such as a £99 reservation charge, the cover of a five per cent deposit, stamp duty and legal costs have made the development popular among people looking to buy Scottish property. The four and five-bedroom detached homes are situated close to the M90, offering commuting options for those who travel to Edinburgh. Karen Armstrong, sales and marketing director for George Wimpey, stated: “The development is now in its final stages with just a few homes left, so if customers are interested in this development it’s a great time to pop along and see what’s available.” Scottish homeowners currently pay less stamp duty than most of the UK, according to SmartNewHomes.com.