Date: Monday 12 September 2011
If you want to move house but the idea of waiting for a buyer for your current home puts you off, a Sandbach housebuilder has the perfect solution.
The Farrier’s Green development on Crewe Road, Wheelock, is hosting a ‘Part Exchange Weekend’ on 17th and 18th September. Estate agents will be on hand to advise and help visitors as well as Taylor Wimpey’s fully trained team.
According to property website Rightmove*, 70 per cent of properties put up for sale between January and June 2011 are still sat on the market with no buyer.
Taking the hassle out of selling, Taylor Wimpey Manchester is helping homeowners by cutting out ‘the middle man’ by becoming a cash buyer for your current property.
The team at Farrier’s Green in Sandbach is driving the fast and efficient scheme to relieve the pressure and hassle of finding a buyer, as well as the delays and fees that follow when selling through the open market.
Anthony Mansfield, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Manchester, said: “Part exchange is the ideal solution to those who cannot deal with the uncertainties of selling their home on the open market.
“We are aware of all the difficulties involved in selling a property and how frustrating the current housing market is for homeowners, and we wanted to take the stress out moving by cutting out the typical delays of selling.”
At Farrier’s Green there is a selection of three bedroom semi-detached homes and four bedroom detached homes with prices from £209,995.
Farrier’s Green is close to the A533, A534 and M6, which leads to the M56 and M62 to the north. The development is also just a short distance from Sandbach railway station, which provides trains to Manchester and Crewe. Manchester can be reached by car or by train in around 50 minutes, while Crewe, Chester and Macclesfield are also in easy commuting distance.
To find out more about Farrier's Green call 0845 072 9855 or visit www.taylorwimpey.co.uk to book an online appointment. The development is located on Crewe Road, Wheelock, Sandbach, Cheshire, CW11 4QD and is open Thursday to Monday, 11am until 5pm.
* According to the Daily Mail