Want to know more about Part Exchange?

Meet Jo Clark from our part-exchange partner Spring. Here we discover how part-exchange works and get to know Jo a little more in the process.

A little about Jo…

Jo is Head of Business Generation and has worked for Spring for over 6 and a half years. She helps McCarthy Stone customers through each stage of their part-exchange journey to ensure a smooth transition into their new retirement property. You may see Jo around our sites as she often helps at our open days, meeting and greeting potential new owners. She loves nothing more than catching up with our existing owners she’s helped with their part-exchange over an afternoon tea.

What is part-exchange?

Essentially, it is the easiest way to sell your home. Spring buys your home direct from you, removing the need to sell through an estate agent, leaving you free to move into your new apartment when you want.

What are the advantages of Spring?

The beauty of part-exchange with Spring is that it removes the stress often associated with moving house, as there are no viewings to juggle and no chains to contend with. Your part-exchange is guaranteed, meaning there is no risk of fall through, leaving you able to concentrate on the move rather than worrying about your house sale.

How do customers prepare their home for Spring part-exchange?

You don’t need to lift a finger or spend a penny preparing your home for sale – Spring buys your home as is.

How long does the process take? 

Spring can work to a timescale that suits you, offering total flexibility on dates thanks to our specialist solicitors and conveyancing teams.

Once sold to Spring, when do customers need to move out?

To help make your move easier, Spring gives an extra 28 days post-completion to move out of your property, making the move more relaxed and stress-free. We know this feature particularly helps when planning a move, especially for those who are downsizing.

How do customers find out more?

Just talk to your McCarthy Stone advisor to get the ball rolling.