"It's been a busy year for Hopkins Homes."
It has proved a very successful year for Suffolk-based Hopkins Homes whose sales consultants are gearing up for a busy Christmas holiday period as buyers make the most of the extra time off to turn their thoughts to house hunting. Already 2016 has been a highly successful year for this award-winning developer with developments across East Anglia proving extremely popular with buyers and over 40% of reservations being made off plan.
Hopkins Homes is the largest independent housebuilder in the East of England, providing much needed new homes across the region. Lee Barnard, Sales and Marketing Director said: "It's been a busy year for Hopkins Homes and we've seen some important landmarks with the launch of 10 developments throughout the region. "The fact that we have seen such impressive levels of off-plan reservations demonstrates just how popular our developments are proving to be with buyers and 2017 looks set to ve just as busy with work starting at 11 new locations across the counties."
Alongside the impressive sales figures Hopkins Homes is also celebrating making contributions of over £50,000 both through the Building Communities Fund which offers grants to local charities and causes and through additional sponsorship and donations to support local events and fundraisers. Applications for the next round of grants will be opening early in the new year.
Schemes such as the Government backed Help to Buy and Hopkins Homes' own part exchange scheme have been a great starting point for buyers, helping smooth the way for a swift and trouble free purchase.
As well as supporting homebuyers, Hopkins Homes is passionate about design values and renowned for building beautiful homes that reflect the character of the locality.
Lee continued: "I believe it is this commitment and passion towards high quality design that has continued to build our reputation for building exceptional homes and communities."
Hopkins Homes' sales and marketing suites will be only closed for four days, from December 24 until December 28, and will re-open on December 29 through to December 31.
Hopkins Homes launched its Building Communities Fund in 2015, the fund is a £250,000 endowment that will provide grants of up to £2,000 to individual charities and community causes. More than £12,000 was donated to causes including Halesworth Volunteer Centre, Friends of Thomas Wolsey School and REACH community projects in the second round of grants announced earlier this year.