Central Scotland house builder Charles Church has announced that it has introduced a part exchange price assuring scheme for those looking to buy a house in Scotland.
The developer has launched the Price Assured Part Exchange Scheme, which will also help those looking to sell a house in Scotland, the company has claimed.
"As soon as a reservation is made at a home on one of our developments, we will arrange for an estate agent and independent surveyor to visit that purchaser’s existing home and give it a valuation price," said Lorraine Clelland, sales and marketing director for Charles Church Scotland.
Ms Clelland added that the purchaser then has an agreed period to try to sell that existing home with Charles Church buying the home after this agreed time for the valuation price.
The sales and marketing director called the scheme an "innovative way" of helping people move into their "new dream home".
George Wimpey East Scotland recently targeted those looking to buy a house in Scotland by launching a new show area at Masterton Lea in Fife.