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Why Buy New

Discover the benefits of buying a new home

A beautiful new house gives you everything you need. From the moment you walk in, you’ll feel right at home, and you can add your own unique touch from the very beginning. There are numerous reasons why buying a new home makes perfect sense, and we’re confident it will be the best decision you have ever made.

Everything You Need is Included

Everything is included when you buy a new property from Tulloch Homes, from the expertly-laid turf in the front garden to the fitted wardrobes, integrated appliances and co-ordinated worktops and tiling in the kitchen and bathrooms. In addition, you’ll benefit from:

  • Peace of mind

  • No hidden repair costs

  • More time to enjoy your life

  • Value for money

  • Energy efficiency

  • Lower fuel bills

  • A blank canvas to add your own touch to

An Energy Efficient Home

Modern building techniques and materials make our homes considerably more energy efficient than older properties. You’ll enjoy better value for money, with improved comfort and lower energy bills, whilst the latest innovations and superior finishing make for easier maintenance and a more luxurious lifestyle.

Every Tulloch Home comes with an Energy Performance Certificate to show you exactly how energy efficient your home is. Each Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) contains:

  • Information on your home’s energy use and typical energy costs.

  • A recommendation report with suggestions to reduce energy use and save money.

  • Details of the person who carried out the EPC assessment.

  • Who to contact if you want to make a complaint.

EPCs carry ratings that compare the current energy efficiency and estimated costs of energy use with potential figures that your home could achieve. The rating measures the energy efficiency of your home using a grade from ‘A’ to ‘G’. An ‘A’ rating is the most efficient, while ‘G’ is the least efficient. The average efficiency grade to date is ‘D’. All homes are measured using the same calculations, so you can compare the energy efficiency of different properties.

Peace Of Mind With 10 Year NHBC National Guarantee Scheme

Your home has the benefit of cover under the NHBC Buildmark Warranty scheme. The NHBC provides consumer protection to new homebuyers, ensuring that high standards are maintained within the industry. The NHBC Buildmark Warranty is a warranty under which Tulloch Homes, during the first 2 years, and the NHBC during years 3 to 10 following completion, have defined responsibilities with regard to defects in materials or workmanship in your new home.

For further information, or if you think you may have a claim under the warranty scheme, please contact NHBC directly. Their details are as follows:

Advice Centre Telephone: 0845 845 6422
Main website:

Got Any Questions About Buying New?

We’ve created a home buying FAQ to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about buying a new home.

Find Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

You will find answers to our most frequently asked questions below. If you can’t find an answer to your question, please get in touch via our contact form and we’ll be happy to help.

Do I need to make an appointment to visit a show home?

If you would like to visit our show homes or developments, you now need to pre-book and our team will assist you with a personal one to one appointment. Our appointment system is part of our Covid-19 safety measures.

Before you visit, please watch our new video which will show you what to expect when you arrive for your appointment. Please be assured that safety is our number one priority - our guidelines are in line with Scottish Government guidance and include social distancing and enhanced cleaning measures.

To book your appointment with our dedicated sales team just click through to our appointments page.

You can find our opening times and telephone numbers here.

How much do I have to pay for a reservation fee?

We usually require £1000 as a reservation fee but this may vary regionally.

Is my reservation fee refundable?

50% of the reservation fee is refunded in the event of cancellation within 14 days of the date of reservation. However, after the 14 day period, the reservation fee is non refundable.

Can I reserve a property before it is released for sale?

No. You cannot reserve a property before it is released for sale. However, if you are interested in a specific home, register your interest at our Sales Office or Head Office and we will let you know as soon as it is released to avoid disappointment. Please keep in contact with our sales department for release dates and check our website for new developments.

I have a question about my new home, who do I call?

For the initial 12 months from when you move into your new Tulloch Home and you have any query, please contact your sales consultant who will help to solve any problems you may have with your new home. After the first year and up until the end of the 2 year warranty period, please direct your questions to our Head Office on 01463 229300. Our in house team has systems and procedures in place to ensure that all problems or questions can be dealt with as quickly as possible.

Is there a waiting list for new releases?

Yes, the on-site sales consultant usually holds a list of customers who are interested in future properties so they can be contacted when these plots are released for sale. You can also register your interest on our website, simply complete our enquiry form with the development of your choice.

When do I actually own my new home?

You will receive the keys to your new Tulloch Home on legal completion. Legal completion is the actual moment when you become the legal owner of your new home.

At this stage your mortgage advance is transferred to Tulloch Homes’ solicitors and your solicitor will receive the title deeds to your new property, which are then forwarded to the lender with whom you have your mortgage. Completion date will be agreed with your sales consultant prior to this date.

When should I insure my new home?

Your new home is insured by Tulloch Homes until the moment of legal completion. From then on you are responsible for the insurance of both the building and its contents. Your mortgage lender will insist on building insurance. It is your choice whether to insure your contents or not. Flats may be insured via a common buildings insurance policy organised by the factor. Ask your sales consultant for further information.

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