Home Is Where The Heartlands Is This Festive Season For Yorkshire House Hunters
09 Nov 2021

With new research suggesting that moving home costs have risen over the past year due to a boom in the property market – Linden Homes is bringing some Christmas cheer to East Yorkshire customers.

The developer is offering £4,116 cash back – the amount reported to be shelled by Brits moving house over their lifetime – to customers buying one of the final four-bedroom family homes at its popular Heartlands development in Driffield.

Boasting a stylish collection of three and four-bedrooms homes in a quiet location within walking distance of the town centre, Heartlands customers can use the saving to spend on anything on their wish list – home furnishings, garden landscaping or offsetting the cost of Christmas.

The offer is available on the remaining Goodridge housetypes, a traditional design with spacious lounge and open plan kitchen, dining room along with utility room and downstairs cloakroom.

All four bedrooms are located on the first floor, along with a family bathroom and ensuite serving the master bedroom. Complete with garage.

Home hunters can not only move to one of the best places to live in the north of England (according to a recent list in The Times) but reap the many benefits of a brand-new home:

  • Brand new kitchen and built in appliances.
  • Energy and water saving features. New homes are six times more energy efficient than older homes. The very latest insulation and heating systems could save you up to £500 a year compared to a Victorian house of the same style, according to New Homes Marketing Board figures.
  • Space for working from home and / or a growing family.
  • Maintenance free living.
  • Peace of mind with a 10-year Buildmark warranty including Linden Homes’ own two-year customer service guarantee.
  • The recent study* also revealed that Brits are now spending £748 each time they move house on top of agency fees, legal fees and stamp duty.
  • And the five most common additional costs incurred by Brits when moving home are buying new furniture (55 per cent), purchasing new household items such as bedding and kitchen utensils (53 per cent), paying for post to be re-directed (42 per cent), and changing bill providers (36 per cent). Nearly a quarter (24 per cent) have paid for a man in a van to help them move.

*Terms and conditions apply / Source: MoneySupermarket

 

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Contact: Cetti Long, Media Matters, 01733 371363; cetti@mediamatters-pr.co.uk

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