With Gosfield Lake Park Homes Part Exchange Scheme you will avoid the hassles of selling your own property and the uncertainty of whether you will be able to move to your new Gosfield LakePark home. Once you've chosen your home on Gosfield Lake Park Homes and we will have accepted a home exchange offer on your existing property, the process will be very quick.
No Estate Agency or Solicitors Fees
With our Park Home Exchange scheme you will NOT be paying any Estate Agency's fees or Solicitors' fees.
How does the Part Exchange Scheme work?
Once you have decided to buy a Gosfield Lake Park home, a reservation will be made on the plot of your choice.
At no cost to you, up to two local surveyors will view your existing property and submit a report from which a price can be agreed. Solicitors will be instructed and the sale and purchase will proceed to exchange of contracts and completion without delay.
If you think the Part Exchange Scheme could be the solution to your worries and hassle of selling your property, then give us a call on 01787 475 655
We are more than happy to explain the scheme and see whether your property meets with the criteria for our Part Exchange Scheme.
*Subject to terms and conditions
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get a mortgage on a park home?
No. But you can get finance there are many companies please contact us for more information
Can I get insurance on a park home?
Yes. Many advertise in the monthly park homes magazines or contact us for more information.
Do I sign a contract?
Under the Mobile Homes Act 1983, you must enter into a written agreement with the park owner to live on any park.
Does legislation offer any protection to owners?
It does indeed. The Mobile Homes Act 1983 gives owners of park homes security of tenure - and that is probably its single most important safeguard. It also gives the owner the right to sell the home, and the right to leave it to certain members of the family.
What are the main advantages of park home living?
Our residential parks are very much communities where no-one need suffer the sense of isolation so often felt by people in semi- retirement or retirement. Individual privacy is, of course, respected, as it would be anywhere. Other members of the family living elsewhere also have peace of mind from the knowledge that our parks are secure environments with resident managers to provide additional security.
What if I want to sell?
The currant occupier is required to pay a commission fee of 10 per cent of the sale price to the park owner.
How much does a Park Home cost? Will it hold its value?
Prices vary according to the home’s size, quality of fittings and furnishings, type of park and where it is. Values move in line with the UK property market.
Are children allowed to live on site or stay over?
Children are allowed to stay over but can not live on the park under any circumstances.
What are Park Homes?
Things you should know about Park Homes.
Park Homes have evolved over the years to become the preferred housing choice of countless people on thousands of parks right across the country. The homes benefit from being manufactured under controlled factory conditions to BS3632, and are then shipped out by road in one or two sections to be sited on one of the many varied parks available.
Once placed onto it’s plot and connected to it’s second half, ( double units only), it is then leveled and mains services are connected making it ready to move into. Customers buying new homes are often able to customize to their taste.
For thousands of people, moving to a residential park has enhanced their quality of life. Security, peace of mind, and a delightful living environment are just a few of the benefits of park home living.
Moving to a residential park can mean swapping an urban life for a peaceful place in the country, and becoming part of a friendly, like-minded community. There’s a big choice of park home styles and designs, and remember they are supplied fully carpeted and furnished – so that’s another expense taken care of.
How do park homes differ from conventional houses?
In appearance, there is virtually no difference. Many park homes look like attractively designed and traditionally built bungalows with a pitched roof. The only real difference is the method of construction. The park home’s fully-furnished and luxurious modern interior provides very good sized living areas and a separate kitchen with integrated appliances, built-in cupboards and wardrobes, two or three bedrooms and fitted bathrooms. Central heating and double glazing are usually standard, and so is flooring throughout.
Do I have to pay Stamp Duty when purchasing a Park Home?
There is no Stamp Duty to be paid when purchasing a park home.
Are there any hidden costs?
You will still have to pay council tax, although most parks fall into the lowest tax band. On top of this, you will also pay rent to the park owner on a monthly basis.