Wed 29 Nov 2017
Move to Heath Farm, Holt for Christmas.
Plot 13 - The Bluebell available to reserve now for just £249,950 or £199,960 with Help To Buy plus £500 towards legal fees and carpets
Heath Farm is Lovell Homes exciting new development in Norfolk in the sought after market town of Holt.
The stunning new marketing suite is now open daily 10am - 5pm.
The Government Help To Buy Scheme is available on the development so it’s a fantastic time to come and see us.
The development will provide 162 high quality new homes, with a mix of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses and bungalows, just 8 miles from the renowned North Norfolk Coast, close to Gresham’s School and Holt Country Park.
Under the new rules, this home is exempt from stamp duty if you are a first time buyer.
"Estate agents often get a pretty bad press, yet a good one can really help sell your house as Iâ€™ve recently experienced. We chose Sowerbys because of their professionalism when compared to others we looked at. It was a good choice - with Sowerbys efficiency and good presentation of our property, we sold it quickly, thatâ€™s inevitable when you think thatâ€™s a decent fee for something sold so quickly, but the presentation of our property and the professionalism of the viewings really helped. However our story didnâ€™t end there as our buyer pulled out for personal reasons. This when you need a good agent. Sowerbys reacted quickly and with understanding of our disappointment, and got back on with the job of re-marketing the property without any fuss. This time it took longer, we were in a chain, and quite frankly the English system for selling property is broken, ours took three and a half months to exchange, and until youâ€™ve exchanged, your sale can be gone within a heartbeat, it is not secure. This is where you need a good agent, one that will work with other agents, solicitors, buyers and sellers to keep things moving, keep everyone informed and advise you along the way. I would recommend Sowerbys without hesitation and in particular would give recognition to Peter Scott and Alison Carter at the Hunstanton office. In our experience the solicitors in our chain were not at all responsive and were poor at organising anything but the relationship between themselves and their client, and this is not enough when youâ€™re in a chain, you need someone who will manage, coordinate and cajole across everyone across the chain, Alison Carter at Sowerbys was excellent at taking on this coordination and making things happen. Itâ€™s very difficult to know who your buyer is and how complex a chain is, until your stuck within it, and it only takes one poor solicitor or one difficult buyer and the whole lot can come crashing down without someone there to manage it through â€“ remember that when you choose your estate agent!"