Moving Made Easy
Park Homes & Holiday Caravan|April 2017

Having the right people around you as you negotiate your way through the buying process can make things a lot easier. We take a look at Moving Made Easy, a Tingdene Parks’ initiative that does exactly that 

Tingdene Parks’ innovative assisted moving scheme is a little different from part-exchange. It can help support you in the marketing of your current home, manage and co-ordinate the move into your new park home, too.

It provides a one-stop shop in getting you into your new park home, offering total support to help you find a buyer for your existing property.

The Moving Made Easy (MME) team is available seven days a week and will do its best to help you to obtain a quick sale.

It’s all about the people

Tingdene Parks’ Ian Collier said, ‘As a park group we have all the resources of a medium to large sized park group, but it’s important to us and to our residents that we retain that friendly feel and are always approachable.

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