At CB Homes, we have several initiatives that can take the hassle and stress out of selling your current home, allowing you to make your move in to your new dream home quickly and hassle-free.
Thanks to our Part Exchange and Easy Move schemes we can offer a fully managed package that will help you sell your existing home quickly, without the usual stress involved.Easy Move Part Exchange Help to Buy
The CB Homes Easy Move scheme enables you to reserve the plot of your choice, for an agreed period, while we take care of the marketing of your existing home. We will organise two local agents to market your house with an expected successful offer to be made within four to six weeks.
And best of all, when you complete your purchase, we will cover the cost of your estate agent fees. So once a buyer has been found we will manage the sale through to completion. No hassle, no stress – and no estate agent fees!
With our Part Exchange scheme, we try to make the house buying process as simple and as stress-free as possible. The scheme enables you to reserve the plot of your choice without having to worry about finding a buyer for your current property. So, you can look forward to moving in to your new home without worrying about the sale potentially falling through, or other problems created by the house buying chain.
If your property qualifies for Part Exchange one our qualified Sales Executives will guide you through the entire process, eliminating the hassle and stress often associated with a house sale. As you know the sale will complete in a timely manner, you can prepare for the move to your new home and get ahead with practical matters like arranging schools, and organising work commitments. And once the sale completes, there’s no estate agent’s fees either!
Help to Buy is the Government backed Equity Scheme that enables you to buy a new home on a new build development with the assistance from the Homes and Communities Agency in the form of an equity loan.
Help to Buy makes new build homes available to all home buyers (not just first-time buyers) who wish to buy a new home, but may be constrained in doing so – for example as a result of deposit requirements – but who could otherwise be expected to sustain a mortgage. Up to a maximum of 20% of the purchase price is available to the buyer through an equity loan funded by the Government through the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).
This enables you to take out a mortgage on which you make repayments in the normal way.
Your mortgage lender is likely to require that you contribute a deposit of at least 5% of the full purchase price and your mortgage and deposit must cover a combined minimum 80% of the total purchase price. The rest of the purchase price will be paid for with an equity loan from the Homes and Communities Agency.
Talk to us today to find out more about either of these schemes.
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