CALA Homes is holding a part exchange event this weekend

Posted 22 March 2016 by Helen Christie

CALA Homes is holding a part exchange event at its exclusive Priest Hill Heights development in Epsom on Saturday 26 March 2016.

Taking place on Saturday 26 March 2016 from 10.00am until 5.00pm, interested purchasers will have the opportunity to meet with the CALA sales team to learn more about the part exchange scheme, as well as having the chance to gain further advice from independent financial advisors and local market experts, whose services will be on hand throughout the day.   

CALA Homes’ 100% Part Exchange Service offers you the opportunity to secure your brand new home without the headache of selling your existing property on the open market, giving you peace of mind and a hassle-free move.

If you opt to sell using part exchange, CALA Homes effectively acts as a cash buyer for your property, which means no waiting around for a buyer or dealing with estate agents, viewings, offers, chains or the worry of buyers dropping out. With CALA acting as your buyer you are in a position to proceed with the purchase of your new home.

Nicki Dennis, regional sales and marketing director for CALA Homes South Home Counties, says: “We pride ourselves on our premium Part Exchange Service which has helped many CALA purchasers to make the move to their dream home. By acting as a cash buyer, CALA removes the unknowns of selling your house, which then saves you a lot of hassle and uncertainty and gives you the peace of mind of being chain free. It also means you know exactly when you can move and you can stay right where you are until that date.

“If you are considering making a move to Epsom and think you would benefit from using the CALA Part Exchange Service then I’d urge you to come along on Saturday and make the most of the expertise available.”

Priest Hill Heights is an exclusive gated development with a collection of 15 five- and six-bedroom family homes set off Reigate Road, adjacent to the Surrey Wildlife Trust’s Priest Hill nature reserve.

Epsom itself is a busy and vibrant market town with a good range of specialist shops, boutiques and cafes, as well as well-known high street brands.  The town is home to the famous racecourse as well as its renowned theatre, the Epsom Playhouse. For commuters, Ewell East Station is just one mile from the development and offers services into Clapham Junction in 24 minutes, London Victoria in approximately 38 minutes and London Bridge in 40 minutes.

For families, there is an excellent selection of state and public schools nearby including Wallace Fields Infant and Junior Schools, The Glyn Boys’ School, Kingswood House School for Boys and Roseberry School for Girls. Epsom College and the North East Surrey College of Technology are both within a mile of the development.

Prices at Priest Hill Heights start from £1.35m. Find out more about here.

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