Recent research has shown that one in five people looking to move to a larger home believe it’s harder to move up the property ladder than get on it in the first place. What’s more, 43 per cent believe finding and financing a second home is just as difficult as buying their first.
It will therefore come as welcome news to many that with Taylor Wimpey Southern Counties’ fantastic Part Exchange scheme*, moving home is a breeze.
Available at its Abbotswood development in Romsey, Part Exchange helps home buyers struggling to sell their current property make that all important move to a more spacious home.
Sarah Pasco, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Southern Counties, comments: “This new research proves that it’s not just first time buyers who may require assistance, those moving up the property ladder may do too.
“So if you’ve outgrown your home and think there’s no way out, don’t despair, Part Exchange is a great way for house hunters to solve their home buying problems.
Visit our Abbotswood development and talk to our sales adviser – you may find yourself moving sooner than you think.”
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.
Currently available at Abbotswood is a selection of desirable three, four and five bedroom homes, which are just perfect for those looking to move into a bigger property. Prices start from just £250,000 for the three bedroom semi-detached Denford house type.
Each of the properties offers stylish and spacious accommodation designed to meet the ever changing needs of today’s home owner.
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.
For further information visit Abbotswood by Taylor Wimpey, open Thursday to Monday from 10am – 5pm, call 0845 072 9760 or visit www.taylorwimpey.co.uk/abbotswood *Subject to terms and conditions 1 – Information courtesy of home.co.uk