SOUTH WALES: MOVE FAST WITH DAVID WILSON HOMES

Homebuyers in South Wales are being offered the chance to move up to a new home in double quick time – thanks to a series of part exchange events on Saturday April 6th and Sunday April 7th.

Experts will be on hand at Goitre Fach in Radyr, King’s Wood Gate in Monmouth and The Acres in Penperlleni to talk about the benefits of part exchange.

“Our part exchange scheme is ideal for buyers who want to move to a spacious new home at one of our developments in South Wales,” said sales director Richard Lawson. “It is so frustrating for buyers who think they have found their dream home – only to be let down by the fact they can’t sell their own property.

“We want to keep this an exciting and enjoyable time by providing a short cut through the entire process. That is why we offer part exchange.”

Part exchange removes all the uncertainty associated with a move. David Wilson Homes is a guaranteed cash buyer – so there is no chain, no last minute price haggling and no hidden costs. And people can stay in their existing property until their new home is ready.

For buyers looking at moving up the housing ladder David Wilson Homes has put together its guide to a hassle-free move with part exchange:

Reserve your new David Wilson Home. The scheme is available on selected plots and at selected developments – the sales adviser will be able to give you all the information you require.

David Wilson Homes will arrange two independent valuations of your current home to ensure that you receive a fair value for your home.

Agree a selling price based on the valuations carried out on your property.

David Wilson Homes takes your home in part exchange so you can focus on moving into your new home.

You move into your brand new home – following a relaxed and hassle-free move.

For more details about part exchange and availability of homes, visit dwh.co.uk or call 0330 057 6000.

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