House hunters looking to sell their home can either benefit from part exchange or from a service which helps people find a buyer for their property.

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  • The house builder George Wimpey, now part of Taylor Wimpey, is making new homes available in part exchange for their existing property – or helping them to find a buyer and paying the estate agency fees.

    Daniel McGowan, regional sales and marketing director for George Wimpey, said: "Our schemes are a simple way to gain peace of mind and to move in as little as a fortnight."

    One of the properties available through the schemes is the Cambridge at the Bannerbrook Grange development in Coventry. It is a family sized home set out in an L shape. It has a spacious breakfast room and kitchen, with French doors leading out into the back garden, making it an ideal family property.

    The initiatives are also on offer at Regency Park, which is located in Eastbourne.ADNFCR-1100-ID-19133891-ADNFCR

    Bannerbrook Grange is located close to the Warwickshire countryside and just a short stroll from Tile Hill Wood nature reserve while offering quick commuter links into Coventry, Birmingham, Leicester, Solihull and Warwick.

    The homes are also within easy walking distance of shops catering for everyday needs, a pub and places to eat, while Tile Hill station is less than a mile away with services into Coventry taking just seven minutes, and 20 minutes to Birmingham New Street. From Birmingham, services to Central London take 80 minutes.

    The local area is also well served by primary and secondary schools, while the M6 and the M42 are easily accessed from the development, providing quick road links to Birmingham, the North West, and the M1 north and south.

    There’s also plenty of opportunity for leisure and pleasure, with Coventry enjoying a revitalisation of cultural life and boasting extensive shopping and recreation, including cinemas, theatres, museums and art galleries, restaurants catering for every taste and trendy bars.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional. 

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