Crest Nicholson is offering Part Exchange on the final four-bedroom ‘Beaumont’ house at its popular Ingress Park development in Greenhithe, Kent; a fantastic purchasing scheme which helps property buyers beat the challenging market.
Part Exchange is designed to remove the hassle of selling an existing property and helps buyers to move up the ladder without having to sell their home themself. Potential purchasers simply identify the property they wish to buy and then Crest Nicholson will arrange for three independent local estate agents to value the purchasers’ existing property. Crest Nicholson will make an offer within seven days and once the offer is accepted, customers can reserve their brand new home.
Annette Cole, Sales & Marketing Director for Crest Nicholson Eastern said: “The challenging economic climate means that buyers have less confidence to make a move on the property market. In reality, however, using an incentive can mean that moving up the ladder doesn’t have to be a pipe dream. We’ve continued to help people purchase properties throughout the downturn and we remain committed to supporting would-be buyers.
“The fact that we’re able to help a wide range of buyers to purchase a property means that Ingress Park is a very popular development, with a strong community built up over the ten years we have been building homes here. We continue to attract buyers at all stages of their home owning career, from young professionals who like the security which comes with a close-knit community, to families who appreciated the safe, family-friendly environment.”
Set in 72 acres of mature grounds, Ingress Park has been carefully created to offer a community way of life and features a regenerated riverside walk and heritage trail. Another unique feature is the grass amphitheatre, a focus for community events and summer picnics.
Residents are spoilt for choice by the nearby Bluewater shopping centre, which offers a range of high street and designer shops such as Calvin Klein and Hollister, and department stores including John Lewis, House of Fraser and Marks & Spencer. For those not interested in indulging in retail therapy Bluewater has a range of restaurants ranging in cuisine from Carluccios to Wagamamas, a cinema, adventure park and climbing wall.
As well as Ebbsfleet International Station being only a 17 minute train journey away from London, nearby Greenhithe Station also provides fast and efficient services in to London Bridge (45 minutes), London Victoria (60-90 minutes), London Cannon Street (50 minutes), Waterloo East (43 minutes) and London Charing Cross (50 minutes). Residents can also benefit from being able to join the motorway network at Junction 1A of the M25 for easy connections to all major UK airports.
Buyers interested in apartment living at Ingress Park should register their interest with the sales team for the next phase of homes which are coming soon. Homes comprise highly contemporary one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses, many of which will benefit from fabulous views of the River Thames.
For further information, contact the sales team on 0870 752 4370 / 01322 280 100 or visit Breeze Residential, 16 Spital Street, Dartford DA1 2DL.