Operation Ho-Ho-Homes set to deliver Xmas dreams
RESERVE one of our new shared ownership homes
and you could be moving in by Christmas. That's the message to
first-time buyers from our Head of Sales, Alan Bradley, as he and
his team gear up for another Operation Ho-Ho-Homes.
Our mission: to help another 20-plus singletons, couples and
families to move in, unpack and put up the festive decorations
between now and the start of the Christmas holiday.
The last December homebuyers will collect their keys on or
before Monday December 22 − and that gives Alan and his team
of hard-working Operation Ho-Ho-Homes helpers less than seven weeks
to work their magic.
"Like Santa's elves, we're all going to work very hard during
the countdown to Christmas in an effort to make sure that all the
scheduled November and December completions go to schedule," says
Alan (pictured below).
"Each member of our sales and marketing team will do his or her
bit to make sure that all the paperwork is sorted in time for each
final completion. It's only then, of course, that you can cross the
thresh-hold of your new Bromford home and see your property dream
come true. It's a truly magical moment − and that's even
truer, of course, at this very special time of the year."
Most buyers who complete between now and the end of December
will have already reserved their homes. But it's possible that
buyers who come forward now and reserve available homes at various shared ownership sites across
central England could also hit the December 22 moving-in
"We don't want to build up false hope but if it's development
where the home is ready and the buyer can complete all the
paperwork for a successful shared ownership application and
mortgage without delay then, yes, they could be moving in before
Christmas," says Alan.
"If that sounds like you and you have a particular development in
mind, then I recommend that you give us a call and we'll do all we
can to help your home ownership dream come true."
To find out more about shared ownership and
Bromford developments across central England call 0845 60
10 878 or register for updates. You can also
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04 November 2014