Linden Homes Makes The Move Easier With Part Exchange

Finding a cash buyer for an existing property - enabling a hassle free move into a beautiful new home in a matter of weeks - would be a dream for most movers.

And with Linden Homes’ part exchange deal*, that’s exactly what’s on offer at the Saint George development in Morpeth.

The site could hardly be better situated. Adjacent to beautiful natural woodland and open green space, yet within walking distance of the town centre, the exceptional new homes have been uniquely designed to fit the surroundings, delivering luxury, tranquillity and convenience.

With the Newcastle / Gateshead Quayside just 20 minutes’ drive away and the stunning Northumbrian countryside and coastline also within easy reach, buyers really do get the very best of both town and country living.

Said Linden Homes’ Gemma Barry: “Part exchange has become more and more popular and is a fantastic scheme for those who have a property to sell and are looking for peace of mind, safe in the knowledge that they have a buyer who is not going to pull out on them at the last minute.

“Once a qualifying buyer has chosen their new home, we will organise a survey and valuation of their existing property before making them an offer to buy it. Once accepted, we will purchase the home and help the buyer through the process of moving into Saint George.”

Help to Buy** is also available on all plots and so for details of both schemes – which can be used together – visit the sales office and show homes – located just off the A197 (NE61 1JY) and open every day between 10am and 5pm.

Call 01670 751 826***

* & ** Terms and conditions apply and are available on request

*** This call will cost 7p per minute plus a phone company access charge.

 

In a rural setting on the edge of Morpeth, development is
progressing well at Saint George.

A kitchen at Saint George.

The two bedroomed Adella.

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Media contact: Paul Dobbie at Persuasion Public Relations on 0845 071 0678 or email: Paul.Dobbie@persuasion-pr.com

31 January 2017

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