Advice and suggestions for homebuyers caught up in a property chain will be offered at a special two-day event in Oakham, Rutland next weekend.
A team of experts will be available throughout the weekend – on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 January – at Larkfleet Homes’ Leighfield Park development in Oakham.
They will be on hand to discuss problems and potential solutions with anyone who is trying to purchase a new home but who may be experiencing difficulties in selling their own property.
The experts are particularly interested in meeting and helping homebuyers to break free from a chain of sellers and buyers.
One of the options available from Lincolnshire-based housebuilder and developer Larkfleet Homes – part of the Larkfleet Group – is for the company to take a homeowner’s existing property in part-exchange for a new Larkfleet home.
Anyone taking advantage of the Larkfleet Ezy-exchange scheme not only escapes the property chain but also enjoys the benefit of avoiding estate agent fees for selling their current property.
The benefits of Larkfleet Ezy-exchange include:
- No chain
- No estate agents fees
- No need to worry about selling
- No fear of losing your buyer
- Use your current property to ensure you get the new home you want.
Financial advisers will be at Leighfield Park on Saturday and Sunday to answer any questions and to deal with any issues that visitors have in connection with purchasing a new home.
Larkfleet Homes managing director Karl Hick says: “Anyone looking to purchase a property and who has a home to sell should come to this event at our Leighfield Park development in Oakham at the weekend.
“Come and find out how how Ezy-exchange or other buying options could work for you.”
Leighfield Park, located on land between the town’s bypass and Barleythorpe Road, is the first phase of Oakham Heights, Larkfleet’s major urban expansion of Oakham. The development currently offers traditionally-styled three, four and five-bedroom properties with prices starting from just under £185,000 for a three-bedroom Wexford property type.
Leighfield Park is ideal for families who are looking for a stylish, traditional home that allows them to enjoy rural life while still benefiting from good transport links to surrounding towns and cities.
All 143 properties will have solar photovoltaic panels fitted as standard so homebuyers can benefit from reduced energy bills. The PV panels produce electricity from daylight, generating useable power even on cloudy days.
Larkfleet will also provide allotment gardens for residents to encourage a sustainable lifestyle and community.
For more information about the weekend event at Leighfield Park, call 01572 722 262 and visit EasternNewHomeBuyer, a new housing blog which provides a variety of news and information that actual and potential new home buyers will find useful to help them make informed decisions about choosing a new property.
The blog is an authoritative source of independent information which provides news, insight and updates on the housing market. It highlights some of the commentary, statistics and other information featured in regional and national media coverage. The picture above is an artist’s impression of a property available at Leighfield Park.
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