Keepmoat delivers free expert advice for homebuyers in Winsford

17 July 2017

Prospective home hunters and first time buyers are encouraged to visit a bespoke ‘Ask the expert’ event at the new £47m Woodford Grange development in Winsford, this Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd July.

Keepmoat Homes will be launching the sites first show homes and is using the event to offer free impartial advice to visitors, with an Independent Financial Advisor (IFA) and solicitor on-hand throughout the day. A local estate agent will also be in attendance to advise customers on the EasyMove scheme.

Woodford Grange will feature 401 new homes in a variety of two, three and four bedroom designs. The scheme will also deliver the first local authority housing in the borough in 40 years.

Gareth Roberts, Regional Managing Director for Keepmoat in the North West, describes how the development’s diverse mix of home styles is what drove the decision for an ‘Ask the expert’ event during the show home launch.

He said:

“We have a massive 17 different designs on offer, catering for first time buyers, families looking to upsize and of course the new homes for Cheshire West and Chester Council. With homes now available to view, it was important for us to get key experts on-site to support the full mix of local people who may be looking to move. Whether or not you are looking to buy at Woodford Grange, this is a great opportunity to take advantage of the free advice – for instance those who may be interested in the Help to Buy ISA so they could buy in a few years’ time. We anticipate a strong turnout so we do encourage people to book appointments.”

In addition to housing, a green corridor and a small central village garden will lie at the heart of the new Woodford Grange development.

Outdoor play facilities at schools in Hebden Green and Oakland are also set to receive significant investment, as well as the installation of an innovative 3G sports pitch at Winsford Academy.

For more information regarding Keepmoat Homes, please visit Keepmoat.com.

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