Today’s homebuyers are increasingly looking for value for money and a stress free move. To meet this need, award-winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson is offering homebuyers a Part Exchange Scheme at Denby Bank in Marehay, removing the pressures of finding a buyer for their existing home.
Making a move up the property ladder can be stressful at the best of times and one of the most problematic areas for homebuyers is property chains. These chains can lock families into difficult and often stressful relationships with complete strangers and all too often can fall apart at the final stages, leaving people disappointed and needing to start the process over again. To help overcome these issues, developer Crest Nicholson is offering homebuyers a fair value Part Exchange Scheme at its Denby Bank development, meaning purchasers can exchange their old house for a new one without the need of finding a buyer.
Amanda Benjamin, Senior Sales Manager for Crest Nicholson, said: “The current climate has meant it has been very challenging for buyers to move up the property ladder. The Part Exchange Scheme offers an ideal solution for homebuyers looking to upsize and provides an immediate cash buyer for their home, with independent valuations ensuring that they receive fair market value. This can give homebuyers extra piece of mind by removing complicated chain delays and breakdowns, often significantly reducing the time it takes to move into their dream home.
“Denby Bank has a wide range of quality properties on offer: the four bedroom houses are perfect for families, while the two and three bedroom houses are ideal for first time buyers, professional couples, young families and those downsizing from a larger home. There are also stylish one and two bedroom apartments that would appeal to both first time buyers and private investors looking for a long term home for their money. We would encourage homebuyers to visit the site’s impressive four bedroom Mayford view home and see for themselves what this great development has to offer.”
The part exchange process is simple with potential purchasers first identifying the Crest Nicholson property they wish to buy - then the company will arrange for three independent local estate agents to value their existing home. Providing the home meets the terms and conditions required for the part exchange, Crest Nicholson will make an offer on the property. Once the offer is accepted, customers can reserve their brand new home without the additional cost of any agents’ fees to pay.
Situated on the outskirts of Marehay in Ripley, Denby Bank is located in the beautiful Amber Valley area, which is within close proximity of a number of larger towns and cities making it a popular location to live. There are several historic attractions located in and around Ripley, such as The Midlands Railway Centre and the Denby Pottery Centre, as well as being a stone's throw away from the Peak District.
Houses at Denby Bank are available from £139,950 for a three bedroom Hereford house and £169,950 for a four bedroom Kendle house. Apartments at Denby Bank are available from £85,950 for a one bedroom Greenwich apartment and £101,950 for a two bedroom Sienna apartment.
A number of purchasing schemes are available at Denby Bank to help make moving home more affordable and stress free, including the new Government-backed Help to Buy scheme. For more information please visit the on-site Sales and Marketing suite (open daily, 10am to 5pm), call 0870 754 1095, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.crestnicholson.com/denbybank.