Now's the perfect time to begin your new adventure

Reserve now to get up to 6 months mortgage paid* and 50% off carpets and flooring*

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Now is a great time to reserve your dream home. Reserve today and we could pay up to 6 months of your mortgage*. We’ll also give you 50% off the cost of your choice of brand-new carpets and flooring for your brand-new home, allowing you to move straight in without any fuss or bother. Give yourself more space to cook, relax in the garden, home school or work from home. Live your new adventure now.

Plus, if you’re planning to move into your new home by the end of March in Scotland or the end of June in England, the government will also pay your Stamp Duty/LBTT**. This is the absolute best time to find your perfect place.

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*Terms and conditions: *Offer is plot and development specific and subject to completion by 25th June 2021. Number of months offered is plot specific. Payment amount would be based upon the purchaser’s mortgage offer. Maximum payment of £1,000 per month for a maximum of 6 months. Total payment must not be more than 5% of property purchase price. Payment made by deduction from funds due on completion. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or purchase assistance scheme. Cannot be exchanged for cash. Subject to lenders approval. Only available on new reservations. Miller Homes reserves the right to withdraw or extend the offer at any time. 50% will be deducted from the carpet and flooring cost at the time of ordering. Excludes floor tiles.

** In Scotland the government LBTT holiday is for purchases of properties under £250,000 completed between 15th July 2020 to 31 March 2021. Properties in Scotland above £250,000 will benefit from a saving of £2,100. In England the government Stamp Duty holiday is for purchases of properties under £500,000 completed before 30th June 2021. Properties in England above £500,000 will benefit from a saving of £15,000. No matching stamp duty/LBTT payment will be made by Miller Homes should the government Stamp Duty/LBTT holiday be extended.