Developer's incentive promotes strong sales
A local housebuilder has reported strong sales, following a special part exchange weekend this month.
David Wilson Homes saw a total of 23 sales at its Bodington Manor development in Leeds, with four part exchange sales made over the weekend, demonstrating the buoyancy of the housing market.
The exclusive event saw an independent team provide same-day valuations of visitors’ current properties, compared to the normal seven-day turnaround, meaning that a price could be agreed with the part exchange team on the day.
Those that reserved a new home at the event also received help towards their stamp duty and free flooring. The part exchange scheme continues to prove popular and means buyers are left with no estate agent fees at the end of the sale and no chain to slow down the moving process.
Sam Wood, sales director at David Wilson Homes Yorkshire West, said: “We’re delighted to have seen such strong sales following our part exchange event across the region. The process when using the scheme is so simple and is proving extremely popular – we highly anticipate many visitors returning to purchase quality homes at our developments following the weekend.”
Bodington Manor is a development of four and five bedroom homes in the village of Adel.
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