The benefits of buying off plan

Cass had been renting a place on Madeley Road for a few years. She was happy in Ealing and loved the Victorian properties on her street so she knew she wanted to buy as soon as the right flat came up for sale. Cass admits she was initially fearful about buying a property from a developer. And of course we understand why. We've all heard the horror stories! But it didn't take Cass long to feel reassured that we are not your usual developer.

"From day one William was on hand to answer all my, sometime tedious, questions and although there have been some inevitable hiccups the whole process has been great."


As an interior designer Cass was excited by the opportunity to buy off plan and was really pleased with the level of input she could have in the design process. She knew and loved the Victorian property from the outside and was pleased to see from the plans that the flat's generous proportions, wood flooring, original fireplace and period features would be retained. She was also impressed with the high spec appliances and quality craftsmanship that she'd seen in one of our show flats. But for Cass the best bit about buying off plan was "the opportunity to put my own stamp on the flat, seeing this beautiful blank canvas and the chance to make it my own." 

Of course Cass says that "buying off plan is a little scary and can be quite a stressful process" but being able to contribute to designs, choose tiles and specify finishes has "made it all worth it."

"I am delighted with our new little home and can't thank William and his team enough. The flat is amazing. I can't fault the design, we're really pleased with the finished result and I'm thoroughly enjoying designing the interiors."

Thanks so much for sharing Cass. We're glad you're so pleased finished property and wish you many happy days in your new home.