A fun Wii-kend in Dunfermline

Redrow has revealed its plans to offer families looking to buy a house in Scotland the chance to enjoy themselves while viewing properties this weekend. On Saturday March 22nd and the following Sunday, visitors to the company’s Middlebank Rise development in Dumfermline will be able to take a ride in a hot-air balloon and enter a prize draw that could see them take home a Nintendo Wii games console. Additionally, anyone attending the event how gets hungry after all their house hunting will be able to tuck-in to some barbecue food and mothers looking to buy a house in Scotland over the weekend will be able to take advantage of what Redrow has described as a “pampering session”. “Searching for a new home can be difficult for a busy modern family so we wanted to put the fun back into house hunting with this open weekend,” said Diana Newton, sales director for Redrow Homes. The Council of Mortgage Lenders suggested recently that the expectation that the base rate of interest will be cut again this year has prompted greater interest from consumers in tracker-rate home loan deals.