Buy a new home in Surrey
Homes for Sale in Surrey
Making up part of the commuter belt, Surrey makes a great place to call home especially for those who are working in busy London but don’t enjoy living in the city. With Shared Ownership you can get yourself on the property ladder in Surrey and start to make the most of the county and all it has to offer – without breaking the bank! No, don’t worry, Shared Ownership does not mean you’ll be sharing your home with anyone other than those you choose to share it with. Simply that we will share the cost with you.
Aster have new homes for sale and for you to buy through the Help To Buy Shared Ownership scheme in Surrey. Would you like to buy a 1 ,2, 3 or 4 bedroom new build home in Surrey? See all our homes for sale by clicking our development pages above. We have homes for sale in places such as Cranleigh, Farnham and Badshot Lea.
Take one step closer to living in a stunning Shared Ownership home through the amazing sales team at Aster Group. Our awesome Sales Negotiator for Surrey is Oli, give him a shout today! Through Help To Buy South, we are able to offer 5% deposits on our Shared Ownership properties for sale. So, if the a 40% share costs £100,000 then your deposit could be as little as £5,000. It really is that simple (and no you don't have to share with anyone else, except maybe your partner, children or the cat). Contact us today!
Where is Surrey?
Surrey sits in Southern England – bordering the capital of Greater London as well as West and East Sussex, Kent, Hampshire and Berkshire. Surrey has a big population, making it the third most populated home county after Kent and Essex – so you’ll have plenty of friends to make in your new home.
So, what is a ‘home county’? Well, put simply the home counties are those which surround the Greater London area. These counties are all perfect locations for those who commute to London and enjoy being close to the city without being in it.
Where to go in Surrey
Surrey has an array of spectacular wildlife parks and preservation areas which mean it boasts stunning natural beauty – and for those among us who are a little more fascinated by concrete rather than grass, look no further than the Surrey streets. Surrey has an impressive Roman history – of which can still be seen today in the architecture and in various museums. Perfect for the history buffs!
Should you wish to travel further afield it will come as no surprise to you that Surrey has excellent transport links (it wouldn’t have bagged its place on the commuter belt if not). It has excellent rail links into the city meaning commuting is quick and it’s also great for when you fancy a day out in the city. Not only that but Surrey sits in close proximity to both Gatwick and Heathrow Airport, so the world really is your oyster!
What to do in Surrey
Surrey is not all just natural beauty and history – it is also a great cultural county, with great music and art.
This may come as a surprise to some, but Surrey is famous for its contributions to both the folk and metal music scenes – both of which can still be seen across their various music venues today. If music isn’t really your thing, don’t fret, as Surrey also boasts a great amount of fun and eclectic pubs, bars and restaurants.