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Posted on 9th September 2020
However, it is worth clarifying that if you were looking at choosing a park home as your new home, this type of property is always exempt from stamp duty making it an attractive lifestyle option no matter what other circumstances prevail.
Many people are attracted to park homes for the comfortable, community-based lifestyle they bring and the practicality of single storey living. When compared with choosing a bricks and mortar bungalow, a park home offers a comparable way of living but without the added financial burden of stamp duty giving you even more freedom to enjoy what makes you happy.
Additionally, buying a brand-new park home with Serenity Parks gives you the opportunity to make amends to the design to suit your individual needs, such as access ramps and bathroom modifications or extra storage. And of course, buying a brand-new Serenity Parks home allows you to customise your interior styles.
“There are many positive attributes of buying a park home and perhaps one that does appeal to people from a practical and financial sense is the lack of stamp duty,” said Marie Hanby, Marketing Manager, Serenity Parks. “Whilst there is a temporary reprieve across the traditional housing market for homes under £600,000 it is unlikely that this will be extended, however with regards to park homes it is here to stay.
Interest in our homes continues to be high and with many visitors to our parks we urge people to call and see us and talk through their options with our friendly and helpful team; we’ll be delighted to welcome you.”Homes for Sale