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  • 22nd Jan 2019
  • Posted in: Tips for Homebuyers
  • MAKE MOVING EASY WITH OUR HOMEMOVER SCHEME

    When it comes to buying your new home, there are countless aspects to consider. One of the main obstacles for those looking to make the move to their dream home, is ensuring the sale of their current property, which is not always as easy as it sounds.

    Of course, some houses will be snapped up within a few days of being listed, while many can remain on the market for months, if not years, and the unpredictability of the housing market and its buying trends is often a key stumbling block for those looking to be out with the old and in with the new. In the UK, the average time that properties are listed before being sold is almost 3 months, with homes in larger cities taking upwards of 100 days. *

    With Harron Homes’ Homemover Scheme, the stress of house selling is removed, as we do all the hard work to sell your existing property on your behalf, giving you peace of mind with your move to a Harron home.

    Our Homemover scheme is one of the easiest ways to move home – let us do the hard work and help sell your existing property for you, leaving you free to buy your dream home. All you need to do is pre-reserve your new Harron home and we will help you find a buyer for your old property within six weeks.

    We will liaise with two local estate agents to value your property, to ensure that you get the very best deal possible, while having no estate agent fees to pay. Our experts will help you through the buying and selling process, offering our knowledge and guidance to ensure that you are making the transition to your new home having received a fantastic deal for your former property.

    With Help to Buy also available with our Homemover Scheme, we are dedicated to giving you the best foundation to make the move into your dream home.

    To find out more, visit https://www.harronhomes.com/purchasing-assistance/homemover-scheme/

     

    *https://www.acceleratehomes.co.uk/how-long-to-sell-a-house-in-the-uk/