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How much easier could your house move be if you had a cash buyer for your existing home?

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  • No chains, no estate agents' fees and no chance of your buyer pulling out at the last minute. Plus an additional £5,000 discount on your chosen new home and free carpets throughout from Taylor Wimpey.

    Well that is exactly what Taylor Wimpey in east Scotland is offering at Kingsmeadow in Peebles, Abbey Grange in Arbroath, Ochil View in Alloa, and Arniston Vale in Gorebridge.

    On reservations of selected plots by 31 March, 2013, Taylor Wimpey will buy your existing home from you through its part exchange scheme, and it will offer a fixed price for your house which means you know exactly how much you have to spend on your new Taylor Wimpey home.

    There is no chain to break down and you can stay in your property until your new home is ready to move into. And for a limited period buyers will also secure an additional £5,000 discount on their new home and benefit from free carpets throughout.

    Karen Armstrong, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey's east Scotland division said: "It can be heartbreaking when you fall in love with a property and then find that it's been snapped up by someone else while you're struggling to sell your current home or, worst still, that you have an offer accepted and then can't proceed because there's a problem further down the chain. Using our part exchange scheme is just like having a cash buyer and the whole process can save you time, money and a great deal of stress.

    "For a limited period, buyers taking advantage of our part exchange scheme on selected plots can also benefit from an added £5,000 discount on their new home and the bonus of free carpets throughout too. So not only will their new home really feel like home from day one, they'll have some spare cash for life's little luxuries."

    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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