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Stewart Milne Homes Offers Buyer Bargains in Wigan
Tuesday 20th January, 2009

Stewart Milne Homes Offers Buyer Bargains in Wigan
Apartment at Trencherfield Mill

This weekend (31 Jan/1 Feb), homebuyers have the opportunity to start the New Year with a ’Great Deal’ more from Stewart Milne Homes.

At the one-off event at Trencherfield Mill in Wigan, buyers have the chance to snap up a new home at a fantastic price, and benefit from the full range of tailored purchase plans to help make their move as easy and affordable as possible. But, with offers available for this weekend only, buyers will have to hurry to secure their own ‘Great Deal’.

The Part Exchange and Assured Sale plans are both ideal for buyers needing to sell their existing property before they can move. With Part Exchange, buyers can be sure of a swift, straightforward move into their new home, without the worries and complications of managing their own sale. Stewart Milne Homes will not only purchase the current property for 100 per cent of its market value, but also take care of the entire exchange process from the independent valuation to preparing contracts and liaising with lawyers. This option also means there is no need for estate agency fees, costly advertising or stressful buying chains.

For those who may be finding their ideal property just out of reach, the Shared Equity scheme may be the answer. Buyers need only pay 75% of the property price, but will own 100% from the day they move in, removing the pressures of a large deposit or unobtainable mortgage. The remaining balance is then deferred, interest free, for up to 10 years or when the property is sold. There are also a number of great first time buyer plans available to help make the all-important first steps onto the property ladder.

Simon Bennett, sales and marketing director for Stewart Milne Homes North West England, comments:

“Our ‘Great Deal’ weekend is designed to offer homebuyers an added boost, enabling them to start 2009 with a step up the property ladder. Our philosophy is to give our customers more; quality homes, great value and the highest levels of customer service. We even include a Home Value Guarantee with all our properties to offer extra confidence and security. We promise that should any new home sell for less than the original purchase price after three to six years, Stewart Milne Homes will cover the difference.”

Formerly a working cotton mill, the Grade II listed building of Trencherfield Mill has been expertly renovated to become a leading development now comprising commercial, retail and leisure space and just 52 stunning one and two-bedroom apartments.

Building on Stewart Milne Homes’ reputation of delivering quality with style, apartments are creatively designed to utilise the building’s original features. A careful fusion of industrial history and contemporary interiors presents impressive high ceilings, large windows, and expanses of red brick are coupled with light, fresh colour schemes. Custom designed kitchens are finished to the highest specification, complete with granite worksurfaces and the latest in modern appliances.

Central to the large-scale regeneration of Wigan Pier Quarter, Trencherfield Mill offers unique property in an area which is fast becoming the new urban hotspot. With a charming canal-side setting, prime location and stunning views across the skyline, the metropolitan buyer can really have it all at Trencherfield Mill.

Apartments at Trencherfield Mill are priced from £99,950. For further property or event information contact the showhome and marketing suite on 01942 497 506, open daily from 10.00am until 5.30pm. Alternatively, visit stewartmilnehomes.com

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