Lovell Homes hosts ‘The Great British Move’ event to help you move into St Mary’s View

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Suffolk buyers keen on moving house but have worries about selling their existing property are being encouraged to visit a home moving event at Lovell Homes’ St Mary’s View development in Gislingham this weekend.

The event, which will take place from 10am to 5pm on Saturday 7th September, has taken inspiration from Channel 4’s The Great British Bake Off, which aired its first episode of its 10th series last week. The leading developer will be offering a prize draw to win a signed copy of ‘Quinntessential Baking’ by Frances Quinn, who won the fourth season of the popular baking competition.

What’s more, Lovell is also offering a Luxury Afternoon Tea for two at The Angel Hotel in Bury St Edmunds for buyers who reserve their new home on the day which is redeemable on exchange of contracts.

The developer’s senior sales executive will also be on hand to answer any questions along with an Independent Financial Advisor. The three-bedroom Ash and four-bedroom Elm showhomes will be open for potential buyers to take a look around.

Leading housing developer Lovell Homes can assist buyers in the moving process with its part exchange scheme, which guarantees a cash buyer and avoids any stress and uncertainty associated with traditional house buying.

Also available at the development is Lovell Homes’ Helping Hands incentive which works as an assisted move, where buyers can avoid paying expensive estate agents’ fees.

There is currently a stunning selection of three, four and five-bedroom homes available to reserve at St Mary’s View.

Adrian Garrood, regional sales manager for Lovell, said: “The part exchange scheme available at St Mary’s View is designed to help potential buyers to move into the home of their dreams without the added stress and fees that naturally come with selling your own property.

“For those wanting the opportunity to sell their own home with the knowledge of no estate agent fees to pay, just speak to us about our helping hands scheme.

“I strongly encourage anybody who may be interesting in part exchanging their home to come along this Saturday to find out more and to avoid missing out.”

Additionally, quick-off-the-mark purchasers will be rewarded for getting in early with a wide range of colour choices, including inspiration items, allowing them to completely personalise their new home. All selections and inspiration products are subject to the build stage.

St Mary’s View, which takes its name from the village’s Grade I-listed, 13th Century church, benefits from a tranquil yet well-connected setting that’s simply bursting with rural charm, and all of its homes have been lovingly-designed with the local Suffolk vernacular in mind.

The market town of Diss in the neighbouring county of Norfolk is just a nine-mile drive from home, and its railway station offers regular direct services to Norwich, Ipswich, Colchester, Chelmsford and London Liverpool Street.

Help to Buy is also available at St Mary’s View, enabling buyers to make a move to a brand-new home with an equity loan of up to 20% of the full price of the property with the Government with just a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage.

St Mary’s View presently has homes for sale from £300,000. For further information on any of the homes for sale and enquiries about helping hands or part exchange please call 01379 353 662 or visit https://www.lovell.co.uk/developments/st-marys-view-gislingham/.

Lovell is also a proud sponsor and judge of the Investing in Future Growth category at this year’s Norfolk Business Awards where it will recognise and reward like-minded organisations and promote the outstanding investments made by Norfolk businesses.

You can also like Lovell on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lovellhomes and follow Lovell on Instagram at @lovell_homes, and on LinkedIn @LovellPartnershipsLtd. 

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