Reserve your home

Once your solicitor is chosen and in place, you’ll need to officially reserve your home so it can’t be sold to anyone else. To do this you’ll need to contact our sales executive for your chosen development and secure the home.

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What happens next?

Once your solicitor is chosen and in place, you’ll need to officially reserve your home so it can’t be sold to anyone else. To do this you’ll need to contact our sales executive for your chosen development and secure the home. Once you’ve reserved there will be a small reservation fee to pay, this is usually £200. We’ll then book an appointment for you to come down to our sales centre to finalise this stage.

To make sure this process goes as smoothly as possible then make sure to bring with you the following documents:  

  • Your credit/debit card to pay the reservation fee
  • Your last three months pay slips and latest P60 (if you’re self-employed then you’ll need two years of accounts)
  • Proof of ID – a passport and driving licence are recommended
  • Proof of address – your last three months utility bills or council tax
  • Proof of income – bank statements from the last three months
  • Employers details (where applicable)