For house hunters looking to move to a new home this summer but worried about selling their current home, Bryant Homes has the perfect solution.

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  • With Bryant Homes' Part Exchange, buyers don't have to worry about selling their old house as it is all taken care of by the house builder. Bryant will buy their current home from them so that there's no chain, no hassle and no estate agent's fees.

    This year alone, the scheme has helped seven buyers at Kingfisher's Walk sell their old properties and move into a new home at the development.

    Bryant's regional sales and marketing director, Anne Bagshaw, said: "The most stressful aspect of buying a new home is selling your current property. With Part Exchange, you don't have to worry about whether your house will sell because we buy it from you.

    "We've had a lot of interest in the scheme from young professionals to expanding families who are looking for a larger home but who don't fancy the prospect of having to sell their existing property. The scheme makes everything far simpler for them."

    There are still several homes at Kingfisher's Walk available through Part Exchange such as a three bedroom 'Millstone' home with study priced from £164,995, a four bedroom, three storey 'Eden II' from £179,995, a four bedroom, three storey 'Cranworth' from £184,995 and a four bedroom 'Alma' with study available from £219,995.

    Kingfisher's Walk is part of Waterfront Dearne Valley, near Barnsley, an impressive 285 acre scheme of homes, offices, shops and leisure facilities in Wath. The development offers a contemporary mix of high quality two, three and four bedroom homes perfectly suited to first time buyers and growing families.

    Bagshaw added: "This is a lovely development close to the lake and the new golf course with walks nearby as well as the wetland centre and nature reserve. Residents can easily walk into Wath so it's very convenient for shops and schools. There is also a large retail park nearby and a big Tesco, so residents have everything they need on their doorstep."

    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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