Matthew and Megan
Twenty-somethings in Standish are receiving a helping hand onto the property ladder at Countryside’s Barrowcroft Green development, defying the average first time buyer age of 35*.
Due to complete summer 2016, Matthew and Megan will be the proud new owners of a three bedroom Stamford house type, which features open-plan living and a master suite on the second floor.
“We went for a viewing during its opening week and fell in love with the home there and then – particularly the open-plan kitchen and living areas.
The area itself is quite desirable and we were really keen to move there as our family and friends are close by – the Help to Buy scheme really went a long way in making this a reality for us. We did have a look around some nearby developments before making a final decision, but the high quality and specification of Countryside’s homes was apparent.”
*Post Office Mortgages Research, March 2016.
Hannah and Adrian
With properties in the North-West taking around eight weeks* to sell, homeowners can expect to sell their house through Part Exchange in just under half this time, removing the uncertainty that comes with a chain and allowing buyers to move straight into their new home.
One happy couple benefiting from the Part Exchange scheme are Hannah Watson and Adrian Picton, who have upsized to a stunning four-bedroom home at Barrowcroft Green.
“Through Part Exchange we’ve managed to avoid estate agency fees and any stressful negotiations that come with selling a home. I would highly recommend the Part Exchange scheme to any homeowners looking to take their next step. The team at Countryside have been fantastic and made what could be a stressful process very easy and pain-free.”
*Figures released by www.hometrack.com/uk