Local Housebuilder Reports Strong Sales Following Part Exchange Events In County Durham

Issue 23

Local housebuilder David Wilson Homes North East has reported strong sales in County Durham, as a result of the popularity of Part Exchange weekends held at its Mount Oswald and Elba Park developments. The events secured eight sales in total, with four at each development, highlighting the buoyancy of the housing market in the region.

David Wilson Homes’ expert sales teams were on hand to offer prospective buyers advice on how they can purchase a new home using the innovative Part Exchange scheme. This buying method has increased in popularity over the past 12 months and means that buyers are left with no estate agent fees at the end of the sale and no chain to slow down the moving process. By taking advantage of Part Exchange, buyers are able to move into their new David Wilson home sooner than usual, stress and hassle free.

Mount Oswald, which is now in the final phase of its luxurious homes, offers a collection of beautiful properties just two miles from Durham city centre. Built on the land of the former Lambton coke works, Elba Park sits in a newly created 52-hectare park surrounded by country walks and trails.

Fenton Hewitt, Sales Director at Barratt Developments North East, said: “The Part Exchange events in County Durham were a real success with buyers in the region, so we’re delighted to have seen such strong sales off the back of these. The Part Exchange process is so simple and is proving extremely popular, so I would encourage anyone that is interested in using it to buy a new home to contact their local sales office.”

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