CALA HAS CHRISTMAS WRAPPED UP WITH PART EXCHANGE EVENT
Friday, October 3rd, 2014
on behalf of CALA Homes
House hunters dreaming of a white Christmas in a new CALA Home could be one step closer to turning that dream into reality by finding out it may be more affordable than they think.
Although the UK’s most upmarket house builder can’t guarantee snow, it can provide buyers with an attractive and stress free option to purchase a new home in time for the festive season.
CALA’s part exchange service is set to hold the key for those looking for a quick and easy way to make the move to its Murieston Gait development in the desirable Murieston area of Livingston, and the house builder is encouraging prospective buyers to find out more at its Part Exchange Weekend.
Experts from the CALA team will be on hand at the development on the 11th and 12th October to guide buyers through the service and will also be able to put them in touch with independent mortgage advisors and estate agent who can provide more detailed information on the service.
With its sizeable detached homes, Murieston Gait has been a hit with families, nearly half of whom have found part exchange to be the perfect route into the development.
Sarah Stanger, Sales and Marketing Director at CALA Homes (East) said: “Part exchange has proved an exceptionally popular choice at Murieston Gait with nearly 50% of all buyers using the service.
“We understand that moving homes can be a stressful time and part exchange really helps to alleviate this. CALA has remained invested in the Part Exchange service and we have countless customers who have been impressed by how smooth it makes the whole process.
“With the service you are guaranteed, subject to status and acceptance, a fair market price for your property making the move as swift and easy as possible for people already juggling busy work and family lives.
“Just two homes remain available for part exchange in time for Christmas so I’d encourage any interested buyers to come along to our Part Exchange event to find out more.”
The homes available with 100% Part Exchange for Christmas include CALA’s Home of the Month, plot 12, the five bedroom Melville and plot 13, The Lewis, both of which are also available with stamp duty paid.
With an accessible and attractive location, Murieston Gait has excellent transport links, including two local train stations and easy access to the M8/M9 motorways.
As such, many city dwellers have been lured to the sought after homes, realising that that they get far more for their money and a good quality of life outside of the hustle and bustle of urban spots.
Sarah added: “Murieston Gait is already proving extremely popular with those who want a family home with easy access to Edinburgh, without having to pay the city premium.
“Surrounded by lush green fields and mature trees, it’s the perfect spot for commuters to retreat to after a long day in the city.”
Founded in Scotland, CALA has built its reputation on the high quality of the homes it builds in developments which are sensitively designed to augment the areas in which they sit. The result is that its homes are not only highly sought after, but retain their value over decades and earn loyalty from owners, who often live in a series of CALA properties.
All of the light-filled homes at Murieston Gait have spacious rooms, high-quality fittings, extensive storage and sit in a carefully designed development area, with a range of attractive outdoor walks and scenery.
For more information about Murieston Gait and the Part Exchange Weekend visit http://www.cala.co.uk/homes/development/Murieston_Gait/ or call 01324 442 800.
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