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HOMEBUYERS who think they have left it too late to move into their dream home for Christmas should hurry along to a David Wilson development in Rugby, as the housebuilder is ready to play Santa.

David Wilson East Midlands has a range of homes available which will be complete in time for the festive season. The housebuilder also offers part-exchange to existing homeowners.

Philip Lacey, sales director at David Wilson, said: "With Christmas fast approaching, people perhaps think there isn't enough time to move into a new home, but I'd like to assure them that the process can be done in just four to six weeks. By reserving now they could be settled in for the holiday period. And as our homes all come complete with energy efficient heating and high standards of insulation, they can look forward to a cosy Christmas and New Year."

He added: "We'll consider part-exchange, which removes all the uncertainty for moveup buyers.

"Just like trading in your old car, we are effectively cash buyers enabling you to relax without the worry and cost of selling your property. There's no hassle, no estate agent fees or last-minute price haggling."

David Wilson currently has a number of homes on offer at its Oaklands development in Crackthorne Drive, Rugby, that will be available to move into for Christmas. It has a superb selection of three, four and five-bedroom homes, with prices starting from pounds 204,995.

To find out more, visit the sales office which is open daily from 11am to 6pm. Alternatively, call the sales hotline on 0844 811 5544 or log on at For added peace of mind, buyers can also benefit from David Wilson's new five-year guarantee on fixtures and fittings in their new home at the time of purchase. Items covered at no extra cost to buyers include appliances such as washing machines and fridges, kitchen units, wardrobes, the central heating system, fires, doors, windows, drainage, the hot and cold plumbing system and even the driveway.

David Wilson East Midlands was given a five-star rating in this year's HBF Customer Satisfaction Survey, in which consumers are asked if they are satisfied with the quality of their new home and whether they would recommend their builder to a friend.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Nov 3, 2010
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