If you'd love to move but your house isn't sold, then Taylor Wimpey could have the ideal solution.
Taking place on June 9 and 10 at Taylor Wimpey's Abbotswood development in Romsey, you'll be able to find out more about Part Exchange from the expert team while also having the chance to look round the fantastic show homes on offer.
To make it even more tempting, if you apply for Part Exchange over the weekend you could find your current home sold in as little as four days.
Sarah Pasco, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey in the southern counties, comments: "We speak to people every week who desperately want to move home but are really struggling to sell their current one. Our Part Exchange event provides the perfect opportunity for any home buyers to find out about the options available to them. If you're interested in exploring how it can work for you, why not come along to the event to find out more?"
Among the homes currently appealing to those looking to move up the property ladder through Part Exchange is the spacious five bedroom 'Winchester' house type. This particular design is ideal for growing families as it boasts three reception rooms on the ground floor as well as a bonus second floor, which is just perfect for teenage children who desire their own space. The 'Winchester' is priced from £495,000.
Under the scheme, Taylor Wimpey buys your current home at an agreed price, saving you the stress and expense of finding the right buyer. With no need to instruct estate agents, you'll also be saving money on fees, leaving you with spare cash to spend on the more exciting things like furnishing your new home. And with no chain to maintain, your move can be arranged so you're in the property in next to no time.
In addition to the 'Winchester' property, Abbotswood hosts a collection of three, four and five bedroom homes. Prices start from just £260,000 for the three bedroom semi-detached Denford house type.
The development is ideally located in historic Romsey, close to Southampton and Winchester, and lies on the River Test which is famous for fly fishing.
There are a number of fine historic buildings that can be admired, along with a stunning Romanesque Abbey. Built in the 12th and 13th century and once home to Lord Mountbatten of Burma, it dominates the lively town and provides an excellent focal point. There's also a good selection of high street shops, restaurants and gastro pubs, as well as beautiful parkland to explore.
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