Rippon Homes is making moving easy for buyers who are longing for more space, by offering Part Exchange on a range of three and four bedroom homes.

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  • Promising a quick and hassle-free route into a more spacious home, buyers can now Part Exchange their existing home for a Rippon home at Debdale Rise, Heathside Gardens and Baums Lane in Mansfield, Portland Place in Mansfield Woodhouse and Sherwood Gardens in Forest Town.

    Brian Cripps, field sales manager at Rippon Homes, comments: "Part Exchange is designed to offer a fast and stress-free way into a new home, as we will act as a buyer for your existing property, meaning home buyers can enjoy a quick sale, no chain and little risk of the deal falling through.

    "We recognise that some buyers don't want the worry and wait that comes with selling their existing property, so Part Exchange will allow families to look forward to a smoother, more straightforward move.

    "This scheme is ideal for families who long to move to a bigger home, but are finding it difficult to sell their existing property.

    "With no chain and no waiting around, it is easier to plan your move effectively, so there's no risk that you will lose out on your dream home."

    Prior to making an offer on your property, Rippon will instruct two independent estate agents to value your existing home, before making a suitable offer.

    Rippon homes are finished to a high specification and benefit from a fully fitted kitchen, stylish modern bathroom, many with highly desirable ensuite to the master bedroom and have been designed to maximise space.

    Cripps adds: "There are a number of benefits that buyers can expect from Part Exchange scheme and our high quality homes, including no estate agent fees to pay, a quick move and a home that is more energy efficient and designed to reflect the needs of modern families.

    "We're encouraging potential buyers to take advantage of this great scheme now in order to enjoy summer in a spacious new home."

    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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