Elan Homes helps customers to leap homebuying hurdles in Worcestershire
A WORCESTERSHIRE housebuilder is explaining the facts behind an incentive that could help people stuck in a housing chain to move faster.
Property chains have long been a cause for stress for those moving up or down the ladder. Even house hunters who find their dream home and a buyer for their property could still risk losing out if their buyer has not sold up.
Elan Homes is offering those in just such a predicament a lifeline with its “chain break” incentive. For those buying a new home at the Derrington Mews venture in Kempsey, its banishing worries of being caught up in a chain.
Derrington Mews in Kempsey
Andrea Nippe, sales director for Elan Homes in the South explained: “Since the launch of our Derrington Mews development last year we’ve had lots of interest from people keen to move to one of our new homes in Kempsey. For those in a housing chain, we can assist by acting as a cash buyer to break the chain. So if you’ve sold your home, we could purchase your buyer’s house to enable them to move faster.
“In fact it’s just one of the ways we can help get people moving to a new home, and reduce the stresses of buying and selling property. We also have an assisted move scheme called Easy Move, though which we will take care of the selling process and pay all estate agent fees. Whatever the hurdle, we’ve got a solution to help.”
Derrington Mews is a delightful venture of 10 homes in Kempsey, a picturesque village just three miles south of the historic city of Worcester and surrounded countryside and farmland. Prices are from £340,000 for a four-bedroom detached family home. A new view home is due to open in the spring.
To find out more, call Elan on 01275 337230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.