Cruden Homes Reopens To House-Hunters Today

Posted 29 June 2020 by Keith Osborne

Cruden Homes, part of the Cruden Group, is reopening its show homes and sales suites from Monday 29 June...

Cruden Homes, part of the Cruden Group, is reopening its show homes and sales suites from today, Monday 29 June.

First-hand viewings have been restarted following guidance from the Scottish government as part of the easing of lockdown restrictions. Show homes will be open initially for pre-booked appointments only and visits will take place according to strict social distancing and safety measures.

Despite the pandemic lockdown, the housebuilder has seen encouraging levels of enquiries for its developments across Scotland over the past few months, securing over 30 sales and forward reservations. And whilst home moves were suspended for all but urgent cases, a number of new properties were handed over to NHS key workers throughout the crisis.

Hazel Davies, sales and marketing director at Cruden Homes said: “We are delighted to be opening our show homes and sales suites again and look forward to welcoming prospective buyers, in a responsible and safe way. Based on the levels of enquiries we received during lockdown, we know that there is real demand from people looking for a change of lifestyle, as attitudes shift towards achieving a better work life balance. he need for more space has also driven demand as many continue to work from home and home school children.

“We’ve also witnessed strong interest from the first-time buyer market with the use of Help to Buy or First Home Fund, and with interest rates at an all-time low there are some excellent mortgage products available to help people make the move. Given strong enquiry levels and limited availability on selected developments, I would urge prospective buyers to move quickly to ensure they secure their new home.”

Prospective buyers can book an appointment by calling the sales office at their chosen development, or by booking online. For the safety of employees and customers, only two people per household are being permitted, unless otherwise agreed with the sales office.

For those who are unable to visit a development show home, telephone or video conference calls and virtual viewings can also be set up for prospective buyers. The sales team can also provide information on a variety of initiatives to help buyers get moving, including government-back Help to Buy and First Home Fund, as well as the housebuilder’s own Part Exchange, assisted move and guaranteed buyer schemes.

Find out more at www.cruden-ltd.co.uk.

 

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