First, choose your new home
Then we can see if Part Exchange is right for you*
Next, we'll value & survey your existing home
If you're happy with the agreed value and your home meets our criteria, we will arrange for a homebuyers survey
Once surveyed, we'll make you an offer
Subject to the survey being satisfactory, we will then make you an offer. If you accept, the legal process will commence
If you accept, we'll then market your home
You will be required to leave a full set of keys with the agents
Pay the reservation fee
You will need to pay a reservation fee of between £500 - £1000†
Move into your new home
Although we may market your home at an early stage, you will not have to move out until your new Linden home is ready
Our Part Exchange video explains everything
For more information, please ask your Sales Executive or click below to download our Part Exchange leaflet.
What type of property will you consider for Part Exchange
We will consider most types of property anywhere in England or Wales as long as they are mortgageable and saleable.
How much does Part Exchange cost?
We will not charge for valuations or offers.
How long does Part Exchange take?
Timescales usually coincide with completion of your new home. However we can sometimes complete a purchase sooner if required.
*Part Exchange is available on selected new homes only. The value of your existing house must be no more than 70% of the selling price of your chosen new home. Offer not in conjunction with any other offer. We reserve the right to refuse part exchange. †Reservation fees may vary.
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