Alison Page, sales director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes Anglia, explains how they’re helping to boost house-hunter confidence.

When it comes to finding a new home, a dash of confidence is essential for empowering house-hunters to progress towards their goal of home ownership.

As mortgage rates gently descend, we’ve witnessed a resurgence in consumer optimism, igniting a vibrant boom in the housing market across Norfolk.

We strive to enhance the confidence of our home buyers by offering a range of benefits tailored to their needs, backed by our dedicated employees and appealing offers.

Eastern Daily Press: Alison Page, sales director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes AngliaAlison Page, sales director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes Anglia (Image: Barratt and David Wilson Homes Anglia)

1 Mortgage matters: Simplifying the journey

Navigating the mortgage landscape can be daunting, especially for first-time buyers. That’s why we’re committed to simplifying the process. 

Our sales advisers will guide you through every step, often alongside independent financial advisers, providing expert advice to ensure a seamless move.

2 Streamlining the process

We offer a range of schemes that help homebuyers to save money, and make a quick and easy move. 

Our popular Part Exchange and Movemaker schemes streamline the homebuyer’s property selling process. 

With Part Exchange, you can swap a property for a Barratt or David Wilson home, with valuation and marketing handled by us. With Movemaker, we manage the selling of a homebuyer’s current property, handling valuations, viewings, and negotiations. This allows the homebuyer to focus on their new home. 

3 Warranty

When purchasing a brand-new property with us, buyers can rest assured that their home is built to the highest specification. 

With award-winning site teams hand-crafting the properties, each home comes with a 10-year NHBC Buildmark policy, which includes a two-year warranty from legal completion directly with us, and then eight years of structural defects insurance cover from the NHBC.

4 Energy efficiency: Building for the future

In an age of increasing environmental awareness, energy efficiency is more important than ever. 

The Home Builders Federation has reported that new homes emit 61pc less carbon than older counterparts, cutting annual emissions by 2.16 tonnes per property. 

It also stated that new properties built from June 2023 under Part L will emit 73pc less carbon than older homes, and they will also see an average saving of over £2,000 per year, rising to £2,600 for houses specifically.

For more information, call the Barratt Homes sales team on 03301 735 749 or the David Wilson Homes sales team on 03308 187 788. Alternatively, visit and