Headlines in the UK property press at the start of the new year have been characterised by words like ‘stagnant’, ‘subdued’ and ‘slow’. Bank of England and the Royal Institute of Surveyors’ reports in early January concluded that the property market is still in the doldrums.
Not that you’d know it from recent sales figures at Linden Homes’ Nash Mills Wharf development in Hertfordshire: Here property sales have resoundingly bucked the current national trend. Since opening in the summer, over 80 per cent of the homes at this beautiful canal-side development have been sold.
Sales have been so steady that Nash Mills Wharf now has just 2 four bedroom homes and 7 three bedroom homes remaining.
A major factor in the sales success has been the take up of Linden Homes’ Part Exchange scheme: It’s been devised to speed up the process of selling an existing property – a process that can sometimes be long and drawn out, and may even completely stall the entire house buying process.
To prevent such a stall, Linden Homes’ scheme helps clients buy and sell in one easy move by taking care of the existing home; carrying out valuations; making an offer for the old home within seven days; and eliminating the presence of the often-fragile ‘chain’: There are no estate agent fees to pay either.
Nash Mills Wharf itself is set in a prime location alongside the Grand Union Canal and offers the best of town and country living. It’s surrounded by the Chiltern Hills, just three miles from Hemel Hempstead, half an hour from London by train and within ten minutes drive of both the M25 and the M1.
For more information on Nash Mills Wharf, call the sales and marketing suite on 01442 262128. It’s open daily from 10am to 5pm.
For further information, contact Tracy Mannion or Naomi Wellman at Remarkable Public Relations on 01962 893 893
03 February 2012
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