If being unable to sell an existing property is holding back your chances of buying to a new one – Linden Homes Midlands may be the answer in getting you moving, hassle-free.
There is a final chance to buy a dream family home at the popular Bishops Grange development in Higham Ferrers, where over 70 per cent of the properties have now been sold.
Built in a range of modern designs, taking into account today’s lifestyle needs and requirements, the remaining homes will be available to move into throughout the summer.
A dream family home, with spacious rooms, gleaming new kitchen and a garden for alfresco dining could be yours in a matter of weeks.
And to assist those with an existing property to sell, the popular Part Exchange scheme is available – allowing customers to reserve their new home and Linden Homes becoming their guaranteed buyer.
If you are a homeowner and are eligible for part exchange, here’s how it works:
Linden Homes will arrange for at least two independent valuations of your existing home and will make you an offer based on their suggestions.
Once you agree the offer, and subject to satisfactory surveys, Linden Homes becomes your cash buyer, freeing you up to place your reservation on your new home.
Stay in your old home until your new one is ready to move in to.
After that, it's a case of setting a moving-in date, boxing up your things, and basking in the relief of a quick chain-free move to the home of your dreams.
Assisted Move works in a similar way – customers can reserve their new home, with Linden Homes instructing agents on their behalf to secure a sale within an agreed time frame. This scheme can also be used in conjunction with Help to Buy – the Government-backed incentive where a minimum five per cent deposit is required.
Bishop’s Grange located off Gardenfield and Wharf Road, conveniently situated close to local amenities, open countryside and the region’s major towns.
There’s a last chance to buy at Linden Homes Midlands’
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09 June 2017