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The chain-free way to upgrade to a new Redrow home

Moving’s easy with Redrow. A Part Exchange home scheme would help you move to a new home without the hassle of first selling your current one, as Redrow could buy your existing home from you. Price is dependent on two independent valuations. Once you’ve found your ideal Redrow property, a Part Exchange home scheme could be the way to make things as easy as possible for you, avoiding chains and the hassle of estate agents.

How Part Exchange makes a difference 

A Part Exchange house brings several benefits when you’re searching for a new home. Whether you’re looking to expand your family or downsize for your retirement, Part Exchange makes selling your existing property and moving into your Redrow home a much simpler and faster process.

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Benefits of Part Exchange

With Part Exchange, you can access the following benefits:

• Buy and sell your home in an easy move.
• No waiting for months to sell your house.
• No estate agent’s fees after Part Exchange is agreed.
• No worries about other people pulling out or delaying.
• A fair value up front on your current home (based on at least 2 independent valuations).
• Stay in your current home until your new one is ready to move into.
• You can move to your new home as soon as it’s ready.

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Saving you time and money

Part exchanging your old house is the route to a smooth, uncomplicated sale. By taking care of your estate agent’s fees, ensuring a guaranteed cash buyer, not only does it save you money, there are no lengthy chains to worry about.

Download our Part Exchange house brochure for more information. 

* Please note that Part Exchange cannot be combined with any other promotion.

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Everything you need to know about Part Exchange

How does the Part Exchange scheme work?

First of all, you need to find out which homes are available for Part Exchange by coming to the Sales Centre of your chosen Redrow development and talking to one of our Sales Consultants. Once you’ve found your ideal home, you’ll be asked to complete a questionnaire.

At this point, neither you nor Redrow are committed to purchasing, and the home you’re interested in will remain on sale. Then we’ll arrange a Redrow Part Exchange valuation, carried out by two independent estate agents. For Part Exchange to take place, the value of your property must usually be a minimum of 35% less than your chosen Redrow home.

What is the next step?

Appointed agents will provide independent valuations of your old house and comparable properties will be considered. After valuation, Redrow will provide you with a formal offer on your old house and, once accepted by you, a member of our sales team will view your property and explain the terms of the Part Exchange scheme, making clear that any agreement is subject to a satisfactory Home Buyer’s Report.

The cost for the Home Buyer’s Report will be paid for by Redrow, however it is your responsibility to cover the cost of producing up to date electrical and gas certificates for your property, confirming that the supply is safe to use. The Part Exchange offer is based on the agreement that all carpets, curtains, light fittings and any other negotiated fixtures remain in the property.

Reserve your new Redrow home

Once you have accepted our offer, and upon receipt of a satisfactory Home Buyer’s Report, your new Redrow home will be formally reserved. This will secure your chosen plot for the duration of the reservation period. You can then move on to exchange contracts and agree a date for moving into your new home!

How do I market my old house?

It’s expected that your house will be put on the market before you actually move out. Any potential buyers should be allowed to view the property at a mutually convenient time.

How does Part Exchange work after moving out?

All keys should be left with the Sales Consultant. At legal completion stage we will deduct a retention payment. This will be shown on your completion statement. A few days after legal completion, we will inspect your old property to ensure it has been left in good condition, with all agreed items left intact. Our legal department will then arrange to forward you a cheque to reimburse the retention payment. All in all, Part Exchange offers you complete peace of mind.

One exchange. One fast move. One less worry.

With Part Exchange, you’ve no need to worry about chains breaking down, or the difficulties concerned with price reductions up to exchange of contract. The price agreed remains the same, with the added assurance that the home you move into will be a brand-new Redrow home, with all its associated guarantees! And finally, you won’t have to worry about those costly estate agent’s fees either.

Part Exchange terms and conditions

Terms and conditions

For Part Exchange to take place, the value of your property must usually be a minimum 35% less than your chosen home. Subject to availability, on selected plots only.
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