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Meet property experts this weekend

By Herald Express  |  Posted: January 24, 2013

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MOVING to a brand new home in Torquay is about to be made even easier, thanks to a special weekend event organised by Barratt.

The developer is hosting a meet the experts weekend at its Torre Marine development in Torquay and nearby Sandpipers in Dawlish on Saturday January 26 and Sunday January 27 where a team of experts will be standing by to offer advice on all aspects of the buying process.

"Whatever your circumstances – buying your first home or moving further up the ladder – there are often challenges to overcome. And we are here to help," said Barratt sales director Caroline Hill.

"We know it can seem near impossible for first time buyers to secure the finances required to own their chosen home. And that is why we offer a number of schemes designed to help – including NewBuy."

Visitors to the development will learn more about NewBuy which has seen the return of 95 per cent mortgages for those buying a new home.

Interest in the scheme is being driven by the dramatically reduced deposit needed to buy a new home, giving creditworthy buyers the best opportunity for five years to get onto the housing ladder.

"And, for those moving up to a larger home, our part exchange scheme can make all the difference," said Caroline.

Part exchange removes all the uncertainty associated with a move. Barratt is a guaranteed cash buyer – so there is no chain, no last-minute price haggling and no hidden costs and people can stay in their old property until their new home is ready.

"Visitors to our special weekend event will be treated to all the information they need to help them buy their dream home in Torquay or Dawlish – where we have a range of homes available," said Caroline.

For further details please call the Sandpipers sales office on 01626 866047 or the Torre Marine sales office on 01803 296150. Both are open seven days a week from 11am to 6pm or visit www.barratthomes.co.uk.

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