For serious house hunters – the long Easter weekend presents the perfect opportunity to see just what’s on offer when it comes to moving home in East Riding or North Yorkshire.
Potential purchasers can widen their search for a brand new home at any of the Linden Homes East Yorkshire developments, all of which are open during over Good Friday to Easter Monday.
There will be the opportunity to look around the stunning show homes as well as take advantage of a number of incentives to help curb the cost of moving and talk to sales executives about the range of properties available.
The company’s portfolio includes a range of two, three, four and five bedroom traditional and three-storey homes, as well as a limited number of bungalows – suitable for all budget and living requirements.
Help to Buy – customers require a minimum five per cent deposit. The government will lend you up to 20 per cent of the value of your property through an equity loan (interest free for the first five years), which can be repaid at any time or on the sale of your home. Buyers will only need to secure up to a 75 per cent mortgage from a bank or building society. The maximum home purchase is £600,000.
Part exchange - Linden Homes will arrange for at least three 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 buyer, freeing you up to put in a reservation on your new home. 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. You can stay in your existing home until your new one is ready.
Assisted Move - works in a similar way to PX, customers can reserve their new home once there is an offer on their existing property. 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.
Linden Homes East Yorkshire’s development will be open
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06 April 2017