Oakmove

If you have a home to sell before you can reserve your new Oakford home, then Oakmove could be right for you.

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Help to buy

Are you a first (or second) time buyer and you need a bit of help to buy your new home? This Government scheme makes things easier.

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Home Reach

With Home Reach, you buy a share of your chosen home and pay a low monthly rent on the part you don't buy.

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Part Exchange

Part Exchange

Part exchange your current home for one of ours! Available on select developments only. Please speak to the sales advisor at your development of choice for further information.

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The small print: 1. Oakmove is only available on selected homes. 2. We will instruct 3 local estate agents to value your property to achieve a sale within 28 days. 3. On receipt of the marketing report we will propose an asking price to achieve an agreed minimum selling price within the 28 day period. 4. If you agree to go ahead on those terms you will sign an ‘Oakmove’ agreement and we will remove the Oakford home from the market for a period of 28 days. An ‘Oakmove’ reservation fee of £2,000 is payable at that point. 5. We will then instruct 2 local estate agents to market your home on a joint agency basis. The agents will be managed by us throughout the process to maximise all opportunities of achieving a buyer within the stated period. 6. If a sale is agreed your property will be withdrawn from the market and you will sign a reservation form for your Oakford home. You then have a period of 28 days to exchange contracts. If at the end of the initial period a sale has not been achieved on your home, we will either refund the reservation fee or extend the period. Please note, following receipt of the initial report we reserve the right to decline the Oakmove scheme on any property. Should at any time you refuse to allow viewings unless acting reasonably or prejudice any potential sale, we reserve the right to cancel the agreement and re-market the Oakford home.