Valentine’s date to fall in love with Bromford home
CAN you feel the love? Make a Valentine's date with us and we
promise that you will.
We're throwing ourselves into the Valentine's Day spirit with a
special onsite welcome that will give homebuyers an even better
chance to fall in love with a new Bromford home.
Heart-shaped balloons and heart-shaped chocolates will set the
scene at four onsite sales and marketing centres on February 10 −
all in the Valentine's spirit.
Bromford Homes Sales and Marketing Director Bev Hall describes
it as a fun opportunity for homebuyers at Fortuna in Cirencester, Oakdale in Lydney, Priorsleap in Telford and St
Mark's View in Cheltenham to find out more about our homes and
why it's so easy to fall in love with them.
"Buying a home is probably the biggest investment you'll ever
make and that's why it's so important to do all the sensible things
like making sure the quality and the price are right and that
you've got all the relevant guarantees," says Bev.
"We know that Bromford ticks all of those boxes in style. In
fact, we think you can't buy better than a Bromford home − and
we've got lots of customers who agree.
"But we also understand that, for most people, they are making
an emotional investment as well as a financial one. For them,
househunting is also about finding the home of your dreams; they
want to fall in love with it.
"We thought entering into the Valentine's spirit was a good way
of letting people do exactly that. They can see the showhomed and
I'm sure many of them will be smitten with what they see. Who
knows? It could be the start of a few more love stories like
Five reasons why I love my Bromford home
1 Helen Preston, who bought a four-bed house at
Telford, with husband Chris, loves Bromford's part-exchange incentive scheme. "We had a
two-bed house to sell and with the market being like it is we
thought selling might be a problem. But we didn't have to worry
because the part-exchange deal made all the difference," explains
Helen. "Bromford have been absolutely brilliant every step of the
2 Paul Taylor loves our HelpUmove incentive. He and wife Lucy are
trading up from their current three-bedroom home in Stourbridge and
moving into one of our four-bed detached homes at Penny Meadow,
Paul said: "HelpUmove means we can reserve the
home of our choice before we've sold our existing home and speeds
up our selling process. What Bromford Homes are offering to do −
help us achieve a sale within eight weeks − will save us so much
hassle. In fact, our home really really quickly and we're looking
forward to moving in at Penny Meadow."
3 Rachel Reeves loves investing in her community
as well as her family's smart new Bromford shared ownership home at Oakdale,
Lydney. "I really believe in a strong sense of community," says
this busy mum, who set up a
website httpth://oakdale-lydney.org.uk/ featuring lots of
useful news, views and other community content. "The neighbours
seem to like it and I'm pleased about that but it's only part of
the story − and it's not just me that's making a difference. The
children and mums ...help each other out in lots of ways such as
doing the shopping or keeping an eye on pets."
4 First-time buyers Ellie Buttery and partner Jim
love HomeBuy shared ownership. "Saving
enough money for a deposit was especially difficult. It would have
taken us years to raise enough for a traditional purchase," says
Ellie, above right, who's on maternity leave at her new Farthings home in Ketley,
Telford, with ten-month-old daughter Ivy. "Shared ownership means
we had to come up with a much smaller deposit, have a more
affordable mortgage and live in lovely new three-bed home we can
call our own. We also like the prospect of being able to staircase
− increase the share that we own − as time goes by."
5 Sharon and Richard Osborn, of East Park, Wolverhampton, also
love HomeBuy shared ownership."We heard
about shared ownership but didn't think we would be eligible. We
were so pleased when we were told that we could qualify − and that
we could get one of these beautiful bungalows here at East Park, Wolverhampton," says
Sharon. "We've ended up getting a better home than we dreamed of
and we've got it for around half the price − plus our monthly low
rent, of course. HomeBuy shared ownership is a great way of getting
on to the property ladder."
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01 February 2013