A new help to buy scheme in Wandsworth

For more than a decade, Finefair have helped property owners and investors with their needs. During this time, we’ve become the foremost business specialising in estate management Wandsworth has. Everyone has their own ideas about how to oversee their assets. If you allow us to, we can aid you in enhancing your current strategies.

Greenland (UK) has been able to launch a series of Help to Buy properties in Ram Quarter, Wandsworth. Because of this, first-time buyers shall be able to live in one of the capital’s most popular areas. Specifically, they’re on the grounds of what was formerly Young’s Brewery. This historic brewery is changing to create new apartments. In addition, there will be a new leisure and retail destination.


The Help to Buy properties at Ram Quarter start at £480,000. As a result buyers would require a 5% deposit of £24,000 at minimum. To be eligible, this new property must be the only one the buyer owns. The buyer has to occupy it themselves as well.

Ram Quarter is a mere 4 minute walk from the town station. The station itself is only 3 minutes away from Clapham Junction. From Ram Quarter, it’s 25 minutes to Oxford Circus. In addition it is just 15 mins to London Waterloo mainline.

Buyers are able to get the best of both worlds at Ram Quarter. They can take advantage of the modern specification, design, and finish that comes with new developments. Manufacturers combined these with the wonderfully restored characteristics of the old brewery structures.

At Finefair, we assist you with building your portfolio. With our team by your side, you can get it to the desired level. Additionally, we can manage it for you. One of our account managers shall attend to all the important details and have the experience to deal with any requirements. This makes us the best for property and estate management Wandsworth has.

While the new properties in Ram Quarter are for first time buyers, they could interest investors in the future because of the fantastic location. They are definitely worth keeping an eye on.

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