Buying a holiday home
Finance may be more affordable than you think
It's less pricey than you might think to buy your very own home from home. With one upfront deposit, followed by affordable monthly payments, you could be the happy owner of a Haven holiday home.
We want to make buying a holiday home as easy and affordable as it can be. All you'll need is a deposit of 10% of the caravan's value or a minimum £3,000, whichever is greater. Once this is in place, we can sit down and help you choose the most sensible finance package. Each of our buyers are different, so we've got a range of fixed-rate finance options for you to choose from if you meet our criteria.
We'll also suggest ways that you can earn extra income by letting out your home through our Simply Letting Service.
Like most of our owners, you'll probably want to have a look at our various finance options. Buying a Haven holiday home can be a dream come true, but not if you're taking unnecessary financial risks. We can talk you through the various options and help you decide if you're in a position to buy one of our caravans. If you are, we may offer you fixed rate finance, subject to status. If you'd like a written quotation, just ask, and we'll pop one straight in the post.
Our low APR rate of 6.9% helps make monthly finance and the total repayment figure manageable.
So, if you're thinking about spending your precious free time enjoying the holiday home lifestyle, it's now going to cost you less!
The last thing we want is for you to sign up for something that isn't right for you. Sometimes people make the decision to buy a caravan holiday home - then change their minds. It might be an unforeseen financial reason, or something more personal - but if you do happen to have a change of heart, then we offer a 30-day money-back guarantee. In other words, for 30 days after buying your holiday home, you're entitled to hand back the key and walk away, and we'll return the money.
Letting your holiday home is a great way to bring in some money while you're not using your holiday home. You can put the extra cash towards your site fees and running costs, or just hold on to it, it's up to you.Learn more