Buying your home from us 

Buying a Home From Us

Buying a home is one of the big decisions in life. It is probably one of the largest financial and emotional commitments you will ever make. If you choose to make that commitment to buy your home from us at Whiteburn, we will make an equal commitment to you – to make the process as open and as easy as possible.

Step 1: Discover – Call, email or pay us a visit to find out more about life at Caerlee Mill.

Step 2: Decide – View the house types, plots and specifications, and decide which is right for you.

Step 3: Reserve – Once your finances are confirmed, meet our sales advisor and pay the £500 reservation fee to reserve your home.

Step 4: Familiarise – Talk to the sales advisor and site manager who will provide you with all the information you need about the house, the specification and the building process.

Step 5: Confirm – Once you’re fully informed, conclude the missive and pay the £2,000 deposit, no later than three weeks after reservation.

Step 6: Personalise – Dependent on the programme, personalise your home by choosing colours and selecting from the options available.

Step 7: View – Three or four days prior to legal completion, meet with the sales advisor who will show you around your new home and explain how everything works.

Step 8: Complete – On the date of legal completion, move into your property and start making it your home.

Step 9: Check – Report any snagging issues to the site manager who will visit you after three days and again after 10 days to check you are happy.

Step 10: Enjoy – Settle into your new home and start enjoying life in your new community.

Ensure you’re getting the best possible deal by speaking to a mortgage expert. We’ve teamed up with the Mortgage Advice Bureau to provide you with the latest property news and offers.

Mortgage Advice Bureau online mortgage calculator.

You can also contact MAB using the following details:

Mortgage Advice Bureau Scotland, Centrum House, 114 Dundas St, Edinburgh, EH3 5DQ

E: Scotland@mab.org.uk

T: 0800 652 6649

W: www.mab.org.uk