Moving is a big step in anyone’s life, so it’s important that once you’ve done all the hard work, you’re going to be happy with the new home you’re living in. To help, we’ve collected together a few ways you can make sure you’ll love your new build.
Ask yourself the important questions
Before you’ve even started, choosing your new home can seem like an endless to-do list. To start things off, make sure you’ve asked yourself the important questions. Here’s a few to consider:
- What are the basic requirements for your home?
- How many bedrooms would you like?
- Do you have any accessibility needs?
- The cost of the home, as well as a way to pay that would suit you.
- Will your new home suit your needs for years to come?
Learn about the neighbourhood
The location of your new home is an important factor to consider. Have a walk around the area, research the local schools, and look up your commute to work.
Would you prefer to live in an attractive parkland setting or with a view over the Yorkshire Wolds?
Think about your location needs and preferences, and choose a new home in a setting you know you’ll love.
Choosing the right builders
Buying a Risby home means you don’t have to worry about unreliable building work. We’re committed to surpassing standards, creating homes of outstanding quality, and keeping you involved in the process.
We collaborate with local builders and suppliers, who will fit bespoke products to suit you.
Our uniquely personal approach to property development means we’ve achieved 6-time winner in the NHBC Pride in the Job Awards North East England regional small developer category.
Creating your dream home
We want you to love your new home, which is why we always develop a close personal relationship with each client.
You’ll connect with one account manager from first contact till the end of the buying process, who will provide you with updates whenever you need them.
We want to turn your vision of your dream home into your reality, which is why we give you control and lots of guidance through the entire designing and building process