Raise a glass to part exchange with Larkfleet Homes at Collingham
Larkfleet Homes is inviting house hunters to find out just how easy it is to buy a new home with part exchange at its Collingham Brook development in Collingham near Newark in Nottinghamshire.
A Pimms part exchange event will take place between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm on Saturday, 7 September and Sunday, 8 September.
Enjoy a glass of Pimms on Larkfleet and enter the prize draw. You could win yourself a stunning Pimms hamper to help celebrate moving into your new home in style.
A financial services expert and a lawyer will be on hand to demonstrate just how easy buying a new home using Larkfleet’s part exchange scheme is.
Providing your current home falls within the company’s scheme criteria, Larkfleet will consider your property for part exchange against the home you want to buy. In effect, Larkfleet will buy your existing home, so you don’t have to worry about selling it.
The company will arrange for an independent part exchange valuation within 48 hours of registering at the Pimms part exchange event and – subject to satisfactory valuations – make you an offer so you don’t need to worry about chains, estate agents’ fees or losing your buyer.
This exclusive offer also covers removal costs of up to £1,000, estate agent’s fees on the sale of your existing property and legal fees of up to £1,200 paid.
Collingham Brook is one of Larkfleet’s newest developments, offering a mix of good-sized four and five-bedroom family homes in a choice of house types, all designed and built with a contemporary modern style. They are also all covered by a ten-year insurance-backed guarantee.
Buy a home here and you will be joining an active community in the attractive, highly sought-after Nottinghamshire village of Collingham.
The village offers an array of amenities including three churches, three pubs, a post office, medical centre, pharmacy, dentist, take-aways, butchers and convenience stores, library and a primary school. Local special-interest and activities groups include high-quality cricket, football, tennis and bowls clubs.
Unusually for such a modest-sized village, there is also a railway station with regular services to Lincoln and Newark, from where there are mainline services to London. This makes Collingham very convenient for commuting. Or just for a leisure day out in the capital.
The vibrant and bustling university cities of Nottingham and Lincoln – with their cultural and shopping attractions – are within easy reach by car or on the frequent local bus services.
With the rolling landscapes, parks and woods of Robin Hood country in the west, and the traditional seaside experience of the east of England coast just a day trip away, Collingham is an ideal centre for active families.