Many people would consider buying a home at Christmas a nightmare, however, there are a number of reasons why moving house at this time of year can actually be just as good, if not better than any other season. To help with the festive move, award-winning local housebuilder, Linden Homes, has six top tips to make buying a home this Christmas a cracking experience.
Linden Homes has a number of developments in Gloucestershire, including Honeystones, a beautiful collection of three, four and five-bedroom homes in the charming village of Bourton-on-the-Water.
Sheetal Smith, Sales Manager at Linden Homes Thames Valley, said: “We understand moving home can be quite stressful at times, especially at Christmas when there are so many other things to think about and time is of the essence! There are several things you can do to ease the buying and moving process, including our Part Exchange scheme which means you could be moving much sooner than you think.”How does
How does Part Exchange* work?
As with all Linden Homes’ developments, each property at Honeystones also comes with both a 10-year NHBC warranty and a two-year customer care warranty.
The development is now open daily, alternatively to find out more about Honeystones or other Linden Homes developments around Gloucestershire, contact 01451 493089.
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01 November 2016
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