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Home Reach in Yorkshire and The Humber

New Homes from Home Reach starting from £105,000
Doncaster, South Yorkshire DN2
From £105,000 (50% share)
Doncaster, South Yorkshire DN2 
2 bedroom properties
Park Edge
Less than a mile north of Doncaster town centre, this sought-after location is perfect for first-time buyers and growing families with a great choice of Ofsted `outstanding` schools nearby including Hungerhill School.
New Rossington, South Yorkshire DN11
From £106,000 (50% share)
New Rossington, South Yorkshire DN11
2 bedroom properties
Torne Farm
We are excited to introduce this stylish development in the sought after location of Rossington, well connected to transport links and local attractions.
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17
From £132,500 (50% share)
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17
3 bedroom properties
Minster View
On the southern edge of Beverley, Minster View is a luxury collection of 3-bedroom energy-efficient homes.
Pickering, North Yorkshire YO18
From £125,000 (50% share)
Pickering, North Yorkshire YO18
3 bedroom properties
Heather Croft
On the edge of the North York Moors, in the thriving market town of Pickering, Heather Croft is a luxury collection of 3-bedroom homes.
Hessle, East Riding of Yorkshire HU13
From £121,500 (50% share)
Hessle, East Riding of Yorkshire HU13
3 bedroom properties
Hesslewood Park
Hesslewood Park is our newest collection of luxury homes in the popular area off Jenny Brough Lane, Hessle.
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17
From £133,000 (50% share)
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17
3 bedroom properties
Queens Court
Queens Court is a stylish selection of contemporary homes just a short walk from Beverley town centre and the pastures of Beverley Westwood.
Hatfield, South Yorkshire DN7
From £112,500 (50% share)
Hatfield, South Yorkshire DN7 
3 bedroom properties
Kings Lodge
Kings Lodge is a stylish collection of contemporary homes on the edge of the popular village of Hatfield.
Silsden, West Yorkshire BD20
From £141,497 (50% share)
Silsden, West Yorkshire BD20
4 bedroom properties
Saxon Dene
Saxon Dene is a stunning development of 4-bedroom stone-built homes in Silsden bordered by open countryside on the fringe of Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF1
From £127,995 (50% share)
Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF1 
2 bedroom properties
The Grange - Stonebridge Homes
The Grange boasts a stylish and sought after collection of 3-bedroom homes, traditionally built by skilled craftspeople, yet offering a modern way of life with a high specification and uncompromising quality.

About Home Reach

Home Reach is about making home ownership possible.

Working with housebuilders across England to offer Home Reach, a part buy – part rent option on new build properties.

With Home Reach you buy a share of your chosen newly built home and pay a monthly rent on the part you don’t buy. Your budget will decide the size of the share you buy, rather than the size of your home. So, you might decide to buy a bigger share of a lower priced home or a smaller share of a more expensive home.

You are able to purchase your share in either cash savings or by taking out a mortgage. If you are taking out a mortgage to finance your share, you will need to allow for a minimum of 5% deposit. The larger your deposit (typically 10%) the lower your mortgage repayments are likely to be.

To start with, you can purchase up to 75% of your chosen home and heylo will become your landlord granting you a 125-year lease. This means you will be able to live in the home as if you’ve bought it outright.

On the share you do not purchase, you will pay rent of 2.75% of the unsold value, this will be paid monthly via direct debit. You can purchase more shares in the future until you own the whole property and stop paying rent altogether.

Starting shares, vary across developments. For more information on the shares available, the sales representatives at the development you would like to buy at will be able to guide you.

Why Choose Home Reach?


Part buy - part rent provides the security of home ownership. Home Reach can help you open the door to a house you can permanently call home.
Renting can be a convenient option for those looking to keep their options open. Choosing to rent can allow you to move around more frequently. However, it opens you up to rental price hikes, unscrupulous landlords and short-notice evictions.
Part buy – part rent can provide you with long-term security, as when you purchase a Home Reach property, you are granted a 125-year lease by heylo housing. This gives you the ability to make concrete plans for the future, from raising a family to redecorating your home, or perhaps turning that spare bedroom into a home office for your flourishing business.


Deposits for Home Reach properties can be significantly lower than those for equivalent properties purchased via a traditional mortgage. This is because part buy - part rent deposits are determined by the share of the property you buy,  not the value of the property you wish to live in.
If you were to choose a £200,000 new-build property, you’d pay a deposit based on the share you choose. If you choose a 50 per cent share of a property, you would need to pay a minimum five per cent deposit. This would cost you £5,000, but with a traditional mortgage, you’d have to pay double that. This makes part buy – part rent a much more affordable way to get on the property ladder for those with limited savings.
Part buy – part rent opens up not only affordable rent payments but affordable deposits, too. Find out how part buy – part rent works and check out some examples of how little rent you could pay with a Home Reach property.


Home Reach gives you the freedom for home improvements. Rented properties often restrict your ability to make improvements, making it feel like you’re never really settled—but with Home Reach properties, you can decorate and even transform existing spaces in a way that reflects your own tastes, truly making your house a home. What’s more, home improvements can add significant value to your property’s asking price.
We know how important pets can be in our lives, which is why we allow them in our properties. However, we always ask you to seek permission as some managing agents/leases have individual pet policy’s which can restrict these – so it is always good to check beforehand.

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