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New Homes in Rutland

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Oakham, Rutland LE15
From £138,500
Oakham, Rutland LE15
1 bedroom apartment £138,500
2 bedroom apartment £174,500
4 bedroom home £345,000
A selection of 2 bedroom apartments as well as 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes now for sale in Oakham, a traditional market town, in the heart of Rutland.
New Homebuyers Guide
Together with Redrow, we’ve created a guide to take you through the whole process, step-by-step; from house-hunting to past moving-in day. There are handy tips on how to anticipate and avoid complications, and some advice on ways you can successfully purchase your ideal new home.
  Monthly Budget
Our monthly budget search provides a monthly cost estimate for the different ownership options available to you. These range from ‘outright purchase’, ‘part buy part rent’ and ‘rent’ options. As with any property purchase you should seek independent financial advice.

For outright purchase the monthly mortgage cost estimate is based on an interest only mortgage at a 5.95% annual interest rate, over 25 years with a 10% deposit.

For ‘part buy part rent’ the monthly cost is based on an interest only mortgage rate of 5.95% per annum over 25 years with annual interest of 2.75% on the unsold share.

For ‘rent’ the monthly cost is based on the rental from the landlord or Build to Rent organisation who owns the property.

Read our Guides to learn more about the different ways of living in your dream new home.
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