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The Benefits of Part Exchange

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 10/04/12 -- If you're looking to buy houses or flats for sale in London then you'll know how expensive the home buying market is. Why not take some of the stress out of moving and part-exchange your home. Barratt Homes could buy your home for 100% of its market value(i), so you're free to buy one of theirs.

Barratt offers a hassle free Part Exchange facility that will ensure you have a quick and simple move, eliminating the stresses and extra expenses involved when trying to sell your existing home.

Part Exchange: what are the key benefits?

The three main benefits of Part Exchange are;

--  No estate agent fees to pay 
--  No chains or last minute hitches 
--  A guaranteed buyer for your existing home 

No estate agent fees

If you choose to Part Exchange your home with Barratt, you potentially have a guaranteed buyer and a house to move into, so you won't have to fork out on estate agent fees. Why not save this money you would have spent on furniture for your new house or maybe a holiday?

No chains or last minute hitches

A lot of the stresses involved with moving home can be caused by relying on other people. If you're not worrying about your buyer pulling out at the last minute, you could be stressing over delays in other people moving further up the chain - or both. It's really frustrating when your plans have to change or be put on hold because of others.

This stress can be eliminated with Barratt's Part Exchange scheme. They'll buy your home directly from you so there are no chains to worry about. If everything goes to plan you could be in your new home in just weeks.

A guaranteed buyer for your home

A guaranteed buyer for your home makes your move a reality. Whether you're looking forward to welcoming a new addition to the family, need to relocate or want to move to a better property, Barratt Homes could buy your home for 100% of its market value(i) which means you can move into any of our houses in London in our selected developments.

How?

6 easy steps to Part Exchange with Barratt:

1.  Choose your new Barratt Home. 
2.  A sales advisor will explain the criteria your home has to meet to
    qualify for the Part Exchange scheme. 
3.  One this has been agreed, Barratt will make you an offer subject to a
    homebuyer's survey and all searches. 
4.  You can then reserve your chosen Barratt home, safe in the knowledge
    that your sale and purchase are secure. 
5.  Barratt will then guide you through the buying process and will be
    responsible for your old home. 
6.  You can stay in your old home until your new home is ready. 

For full terms and conditions please visit: www.barratthomes.co.uk/Offers/Part-Exchange/Part-Exchange-Terms-and-Conditions/

(i)Barratt obtains two independent valuations and to ensure 100% market value, any offer made matches the average of these.

NOTES TO EDITORS:

1.  For further information about Barratt Homes please contact Paul Howlett,
    [email protected] or 0207 299 4873. 
2.  Barratt Group sold 12,637 homes in the last financial year, making it
    the biggest housebuilder by volume in Britain. 
3.  Barratt Group was awarded a maximum five star rating for the third
    consecutive year in the 2012 Home Builders Federation Customer
    Satisfaction Survey. 
4.  In 2012 site managers working for Barratt Group won the highest number
    of NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Awards for a record eighth consecutive
    year. 
5.  Barratt Group was named Housebuilder of the Year at the Housebuilder
    Awards 2011. 
6.  Barratt Group is the only housebuilder to provide a five year warranty
    on the fixtures and fittings in its new build homes at the time of
    purchase. 
7.  Images of a selection of developments are available to the media at
    http://www.barrattdevelopments.co.uk/barratt/en/media/mediakit/lib.

Contacts:
Barratt Homes
Paul Howlett
0207 299 4873
[email protected]

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