Five-star house builder Barratt Manchester is offering potential homebuyers 105% Part Exchange on their existing homes if they purchase one of the selected properties at The Links development in Preston.
Trying to find a buyer, waiting for a sale, and hoping the property chain doesn’t break are just some of the pressures that manifest when selling a home. Part Exchange takes away these stresses as the leading housebuilder will give buyers 105% of a Royal Institute Chartered Surveyors (RICS) valuation based upon the assumption of achieving a sale within 8 - 10 weeks.
Part Exchange works in the same way as selling a home on the property market, except Barratt Homes Manchester becomes your buyer. After having the property valued by at least two independent chartered surveyors, Barratt Manchester will calculate 105% of the average value.
Dene Trickett, Head of Part Exchange at Barratt Manchester said, “Part Exchange means a much more efficient moving process and it completely removes the chain. The buyer will also benefit as by offering 105% of the average 8 to 10 week RICS valuation. It also helps buyers save on extra costs such as estate agent fees.”
“For example: If the first RICS valuation was £120,000 and the second RICS valuation was £125,000, then a 100% Part Exchange offer would be £122,500. Barratt Manchester would offer £128,625 with a 105% Part Exchange.
If a customer has an existing property valued at 70% or less of the price of the new home then they may be eligible for Part Exchange.”
The Links in Garstang near Preston hosts a range of two, three, four and five bedroom family homes, and is set on the banks on the River Wyre with the Forest of Bowland on the doorstep.
The Links is located on Kepple Lane and is easily reached from the M6 as well as being only a short distance from Lancaster and Preston train station.