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    part exchange old house for new?
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    • 29th Jun 07, 5:58 PM
    part exchange old house for new? 29th Jun 07 at 5:58 PM
    Does anyone have any experience of part exchanging on a new property?

    Basically we are fed up with waiting to sell our house and new development has popped up which has everything we need.

    They are doing part exchange (its a major national northern builder), what does this entail?

    THey said they send two independant valuers around, take into account the fact we wont pay estate agent fees etc, and offer you a price giving you 24 hrs to decide. Does this mean we get stiffed?

    Has anyone done this, your experience would be grately appreciated.

    Thanks in advance

    Mrs WNB
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