Housebuilder is paying Stamp Duty at part exchange event in Wakefield this weekend

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 6th September 2017, 8:58 am
Updated Wednesday, 6th September 2017, 11:14 am

Housebuilder, Barratt Homes, is hosting a home exchange weekend on Saturday and Sunday, September 9-10, at its Silkwood Gate development in Wakefield. Those attending will have the opportunity to receive a market valuation for their current property and have a deal agreed within one day, as well as Stamp Duty paid by the housebuilder on their new home.This exclusive event will see an independent team provide same-day valuations of visitors’ current properties, compared to the normal seven-day turnaround, meaning that a price can be agreed with the Barratt Homes part exchange team on the day. Furthermore, there will be a team of experts on hand to provide advice on selling your home using the part exchange scheme.In addition to an instant part exchange, Barratt Homes will also offer all buyers paid Stamp Duty on their new home, saving thousands of pounds on the cost of a move.

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The part exchange scheme has increased in popularity over the past 12 months and means that buyers are left with no estate agent fees at the end of the sale and no chain to slow down the moving process. By taking advantage of the instant part exchange weekend, buyers will be able to move into their new Barratt home sooner than usual, stress and hassle free.

Emma Fitton-Cook, Sales Manager at Barratt Homes Yorkshire West, said: “The part exchange process is so simple and is proving extremely popular. If you’ve been struggling to sell your home and are keen to move or just want to move quickly, Barratt Homes’ part exchange scheme could be the perfect solution. By using the scheme, you are spared the expense and hassle of working with an estate agent, and will not be stuck in a chain – unable to move into your new home due to your current property not selling. This is an unmissable event, and we are looking forward to welcoming prospective buyers from across Yorkshire to our developments.”The sales advisers at Barratt Homes are experts and are there to guide buyers through the process every step of the way. When a buyer has chosen and reserved their new home a dedicated team will arrange an independent valuation of their current property and an offer will be provided within one day. The offer provided will be subject to a satisfactory second independent survey, and a firm offer will be based on the two valuations, meaning Barratt Homes will buy the home for its fair market value.For more information about Barratt Homes visit www.barratthomes.co.uk and to make an appointment over the weekend, prospective buyers should contact the Silkwood Gate sales office.