EXCHANGING OLD FOR NEW IS NO TALL ORDER IN MACCLESFIELD

Part exchange is available on new Elan homes at Hope Park Mews in Macclesfield

THE sky’s the limit for Macclesfield buyers as Elan is offering to help them move up to a four-bedroom townhouse with part exchange.

Designed to streamline the selling and buying process, the move-making incentive is available on selected properties at Hope Park Mews and to explain how it works, Elan is hosting a part exchange event this weekend (April 28/29).

Marie Morris, sales director for Elan Homes in the North, said: “Needing more space is a common reason why people want or even need to move, but often they’re held back because they have to sell the property they’re living in first. Part exchange is of real benefit because it not only gives them the reassurance that they effectively have a guaranteed cash buyer, but it speeds up the selling and buying process. With no onward chain to hold things back, we aim to exchange contracts in just 28 days, plus customers will be able to stay in their current property until the new one is ready.”

Among the homes available with part exchange is the four-bedroom Avon, priced from £274,995.

A modern take on the traditional three-storey townhouse, it offers 1,036 sq ft of flexible living space.

On the ground floor, there’s a well equipped kitchen to the front, with combined lounge and dining room to the rear, plus a convenient cloakroom.

On the first floor are three bedrooms, plus the family bathroom. The piece de resistance is the top floor master bedroom with en suite.

An Avon style show home is available for viewing to enable buyers to appreciate the layout.

It’s not just those moving up the housing ladder Elan is offering to help.

As an alternative to part exchange, the niche developer has a package of incentives that can be tailored to buyers’ needs.

For example, those who reserve before the end of April could receive a contribution of £5,000 to help with the cost of Stamp Duty, £1,000 towards legal fees plus carpets, vinyl and turf to rear garden.

Or customers may opt to use the Government-backed Help to Buy equity loan scheme to reduce the initial cost of homeownership. Someone buying n this way should only need a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage as the remaining 20% is covered by the equity loan.

Located on Victoria Road, the three and four-bedroom homes at Hope Park Mews are ideally placed to enjoy the best of both worlds as the amenities of Macclesfield town centre are within walking distance; while the Peak District National Park and Manchester city centre are both easily accessible.

To find out more about part exchange, visit Hope Park Mews this weekend (April 28/29). For the latest availability and pricing, view our current developments or call 0845 250 8676.

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