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Expert mortgage advice days to be held in Dalston and Carlisle

Story Homes is delighted to be holding more of the popular advice days on Saturday 9 January at The Grange in Dalston, and another on Sunday 10 January at The Ridings in Carlisle.

Our friendly sales executives will be there along with RSC New Homes who will be providing expert independent mortgage advice.

RSC New Homes specialise in new build mortgages and work alongside Story Homes to ensure your mortgage is progressed as smoothly as possible. With so many choices and options for mortgages, it’s important to know exactly what would suit you best, and RSC are here to help.

Sales Manager Susan Pollard said: “It will be a fantastic opportunity for people to come along and speak to experts in new home mortgages as well as our sales executives to find out what possible incentives we have available on selected plots. We held similar events back in November which customers found extremely helpful so are delighted to be doing some more.

“We work closely with RSC to ensure a smooth housebuying journey for our customers. It’s great that they are going to be returning to the show homes for the weekend where potential housebuyers can find out all the information they’ll need in one place.”

The Grange is a superb collection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes in a beautiful village location with excellent transport links and highly rated schools. For more information click here.

The Ridings offers a stylish range of 2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes, with fantastic local amenities and an ideal semi-rural location. For more information click here.

If you wish to find out more about the advice days or arrange an appointment please call our sales team on 01228 404550 or email sales@storyhomes.co.uk

 

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