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2023 the year for a new home

Newland Homes is holding a special event on Saturday 21st January 2023 at its Court de Wyck development in Claverham, designed specifically to help people who have an existing home to sell.


Selling a home can be a lengthy process with several different parties and professionals involved.  Indeed, data from Quick Move Now has found that one in three property sales in England and Wales fell through in the second quarter of 2022.  The most common reasons for a sale to fall through is that a buyer changes their mind, they can’t get a mortgage, or the chain breaks down further down the line.


Newland Homes has an innovative solution to help overcome this jeopardy, offering a hassle-free option to help secure a brand new home, whether people are upsizing, downsizing or even rightsizing. The company’s MoveMaker assisted sale and part exchange scheme helps people with the process of selling their home, and in some instances, Newland Homes may even consider buying homes in part exchange, saving thousands of pounds in estate agent fees.


Alison Bowen, Sales Manager at Newland Homes, comments: “We’ve created this service for people who want to move into a brand new home but are being held up by the sale of their existing home.  Increasingly, we are seeing people keen to move from older properties into a new build to save on everyday running costs.  Indeed, recent research by Savills shows that there’s a 55% saving on core energy costs, covering lighting, heating and hot water, between a ‘B’ rated detached new build home and an older style property, which represents a significant saving.”


From 11am to 5pm on Saturday 21st January, the Newland Homes team will be showcasing the two remaining four-bedroom properties at Court de Wyck; the Wyck and the Charlbury, along with the last two-bedroom homes, the Shipton.  Each home is distinctive in its style, but has one thing in common; their noteworthy energy efficiency combined with a high quality specification.


The Wyck is a bespoke, one-off design created by Newland Homes especially for this development.  The detached, four-bedroom house with solar panels stands in its own grounds and for the first time Newland Homes can open its doors and welcome people inside to view the space for themselves.


The remaining four-bedroom homes benefit from wiring provision for electric car charging, which is particularly useful now the Bristol Clean Air Zone has come into operation.


Prices start from £299,000 at Court de Wyck and all remaining homes come with carpet and Amtico flooring throughout, plus integrated kitchens and turf to the rear gardens.


Court de Wyck by Newland Homes is situated in a unique historic setting in Claverham, centred around the Grade-II listed Court de Wyck Georgian manor house and its former chapel, as well as the walls of a 14th century Tithe Barn.  In total, there are 10 different house types across the development, all individually designed, some detached, semi-detached and terraced, some stone fronted and others with render, to provide plenty of choice and visual interest. The development has proven extremely popular, and a new community is flourishing.


To book your tailor-made appointment at this special event on the 21st January 2023 contact the Court de Wyck team on 01934 331809.  Property experts will be on hand on the day to discuss options and explain what’s possible with MoveMaker. For more information about Court de Wyck click here


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