At Lotus Home we put our customers at the heart of our business therefore we have put together a "Guide To Buying" to make the process easier for first time buyers.

More than house builders

At Lotus Homes everything we do is about people, about building relationships and finding new ways to offer the ultimate customer experience. You’ll be pleased to know it touches every part of our business, from design and build, through to how we ensure after sales excellence. This is reflected in our commitment to the Consumer Code for Home Builders – a standard which governs our approach to home building and customer service.

A complete approach

When you buy a Lotus home it’s reassuring to know we’ve thought carefully about what you want from your new home. About your demands for the highest quality, practicality and comfort. Selecting and working with only the best architects and designers is a big factor – this way, we deliver unmatched levels of styling and detailing, but that’s just half the story.

It’s as much about the atmosphere we create. Starting any new project we think just as carefully about the entire scheme. About how our overall approach to soft landscaping and communal areas can set the right tone and create an environment where homeowners will enjoy life, friendships and a sense of community.

Experience and peace of mind

Your home purchase is a significant investment. This is why it’s reassuring to know Lotus Homes has an enviable reputation and long-term commitment to delivering quality built homes – just take our landmark Lotus Village development at Newry Road, Banbridge and our popular Cloc Ballaun development at Burren. Yet, even with these levels of experience, where quality comes as standard, we go further to offer you complete peace-of-mind. That’s why all Lotus homes come with a 10 year warranty as standard.


Co-Ownership Housing is a great way for new home owners to get a foot on the property ladder

Co-Ownership housing scheme allows home-owners to share the load of home-buyer.  Visit Co-Ownership NI to find out more about how to apply for the scheme.

What Is Co-Ownership?

You buy a share of your home (between 50 and 90% of the homes value) and pay rent on the remaining share.

You will need to take out a mortgage to pay for your share of the homes purchase price.

You can buy more shares in your home any time after you become the owner.  This is known as stair-casing.