Part Exchange

Terms & Conditions

Please Note: Not all plots are eligible for Part Exchange and as a minimum should be within 3 months of the home being ready for occupation. Please speak to our Sales Consultant regarding availability,

1. To consider your home for part exchange it must meet the following criteria: 

i. Be less than 100 years old;

ii. Must not be worth more than 70% of the value of any plot you are wishing to purchase;

iii. Leasehold properties must have a minimum of 85 years remaining on the lease;

iv. Must not be listed; 

v. Must be of standard construction; 

vi. Must be in England .

2. If you are already on the market, we suggest you speak with your estate agent prior to committing to a part exchange agreement, as you may be liable for fees under any contract you have signed with your agent. Any fees in this respect are your liability. 

3. At this stage, we will ask you to review, agree to and sign our Part Exchange Terms & Conditions. With your assistance, we will complete a valuation request form, which will be shared with The New Homes Group (TNHG) who is our part exchange provider. The TNHG will use this information to contact you and to arrange access for market valuation purposes for up to three independent estate agents. Access is normally required within five working days of the valuation request being received by TNHG. They will use your information along with the marketing agent and other research to compile a valuation report. We will use this report to determine whether to offer on your home and, if so, at what price. 

4. Once we have started the process, any chosen plot will be placed on hold until Denbury Homes have made an offer on your home or declined to offer and you have been given time to consider our offer. There is no obligation for you to accept any offer we make and the plot price will be fixed during this entire period.

5. Any offer or our decision not to offer will be delivered verbally via a Sales Consultant. We will then give you until 5pm on the third day after this offer to accept or decline. If you do not accept/decline the offer within the allocated time period, or if we decide not to offer to purchase your property, the plot will automatically be remarketed.

6. If we make and you accept our verbal offer, we will invite you to attend a reservation appointment. At this appointment we will ask you to sign a formal offer letter, complete our full reservation process, and pay a £1,000 reservation fee.

Please note, all offers are subject to the following conditions: 

i. Contract 

ii. Satisfactory survey and/or satisfactory visit from a member of staff 

iii. Standard terms and conditions of reservation 

iv. Confirmation the part exchange address is your main residence and will receive stamp duty relief 

v. A signed copy of our formal offer letter 

7. You can withdraw from the process at any time prior to contracts being exchanged providing this occurs before any survey has been undertaken on your home. There will be no charge for your withdrawal at this time. 

 8. Once in receipt of a signed copy of our formal offer letter, we will instruct our solicitor and surveyor to proceed. If as a result of our surveyor’s report, it becomes necessary to either retract or renegotiate our offer and as a result the part exchange does not proceed, we will refund £580 of your reservation fee, which represents the reservation fee of £1,000, minus the survey fee of £420. Reasons to retract or renegotiate can result from but are not limited to, matters such as property condition or a lower valuation than that we have offered you for your property. 

9. TNHG will also be instructed to market your home once we are in receipt of a signed copy of our formal offer letter. TNHG may use single or multiple estate agencies to do this. We will require you to undertake viewings on our behalf and these will be arranged directly by TNHG. To show our appreciation, if a buyer for your home is found while you are in occupation and the buyer subsequently completes on the purchase, we will pay you a bonus payment of £1,000. This will not apply should any buyer found during your occupation fail to complete or if a buyer is found once you have vacated the property. 

10. We will hold a £1,000 retention fee against your property upon legal completion. This will be released along with the bonus payment if due (see 10. above), once we are in receipt of a satisfactory vacate report from one of the marketing estate agents. Any release/payment is usually dispatched no later than 28 days after we have completed on the purchase of your home. Should a non-disclosed matter arise the retention payment may be used to cover any associated costs. A non-disclosed matter may be but is not limited to, removal of items or materials left in or at the property, the condition of the walls and floors, the cleanliness of the property or a faulty appliance such as a boiler or leak. In the unfortunate event the retention is required to cover such a matter, we will refund any unspent balance. 

11. Any offer is made on the basis that all carpets, other floor coverings, fitted appliances and curtain poles/tracks, remain at your property. Light fittings can be removed and where they are a pendant and bulb must be fitted in its/their place. Valid satisfactory electrical and gas safety certificates will need to be provided. 

12. In addition to the terms and conditions of our offer you must also agree to comply with the following in connection with the part exchange property: 

i. Allow any estate agencies appointed by TNHG to erect a ‘For Sale’ board outside of your home if they desire 

ii. In order to ensure that viewings can be carried out whilst you continue to occupy your current property you will allow prospective purchasers reasonable access for viewings. In the event you are unable or unwilling to provide reasonable access for viewings we will require you to provide a key to one of TNHG’s appointed estate agents for pre-arranged viewings to take place. Any viewings under this arrangement will only take place with the prospective purchasers being accompanied at all times by a representative of TNHG’s appointed estate agent.

iii. You agree to pay TNHG a fee of 2.5% + VAT of the sale price of your home, should you decide to retain any buyer they have sourced but not to continue with the purchase of a new home from Denbury Homes on a part exchange basis. 

13. On the basis you complete your purchase of one of our new homes as a result of this part exchange arrangement, we will pay the estate agents fees incurred in selling the property taken in part exchange. We will not pay them in any other scenario. 

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