Morris' hassle-free route to a stunning Oldbury home
Local housebuilder Morris Homes is offering househunters a hassle-free route to upgrading to their dream home in Oldbury.
A recent report suggests the majority of buyers trying to trade up are stuck on the property ladder for a year. Nearly half of all second steppers also believe that it will be more difficult to upgrade than when they bought their first home because of a lack of buyers and the high cost of moving.
Help for frustrated upgraders is provided with Morris’ Part Exchange scheme, which is available on a selection of three and four-bed homes at The Forge development on Brades Rise.
The scheme sees the developer purchase a househunter’s current home for 100 per cent of its market value, removing the stress of selling it, and Morris will pay all estate agents fees.
Cindy Vials, regional sales director for Morris, said: “Buyers looking to trade up the property ladder often find themselves stuck in a long chain, but our Part Exchange scheme removes this obstacle.
“It creates a quick, hassle-free process, which accompanied with a guaranteed moving date allows buyers to concentrate on enjoying their new build home rather than worrying about third parties pulling out.
“The Forge, with its great links to the nearby M5 for commuting into Birmingham, is popular with both young professionals and families looking for a high-quality home at this fantastic location.”
Morris has a range of three and four-bed properties available at The Forge using the Part Exchange scheme, starting at £169,750.
For more information on the schemes and properties available at The Forge visit the sales office at Brades Rise, Oldbury, B69 2HG (open Thursday – Monday 10.30am – 5.30pm), or visit morrishomes.co.uk.