Could you plot to profit from your garden?

Gardener in Red Wellies Holding Fork

Increasingly over the last few months, we have experienced people with large or excess garden plots selling them off for development, for the very reason that parting with your piece of green could sow the seeds for a better financial future. In my short time with Sewell & Gardner, I am finding that I am being called out on more and more valuations from people wishing to sell their gardens. There are many reasons for this, it could be that their garden is too large to maintain, others no longer have use for a part of their garden or some people may want to release some extra money from their property.

That said, garden plots must fall into a criteria to be approved for planning with the ideal building site having frontage on an existing road, however even if your garden is located to the rear of the house, all is not lost as long as there is some means of creating access to the road. From experience, we know that applying for planning can be a costly and complicated process so why not let us take care of the hard work, we can appraise your land and find you the right developer that will give you the best return on your hard earned investment. The best part is that we will deal with the sale from start to finish, liaising with the planners and developers on your behalf at no additional cost to the owner.

We understand selling land can be stressful, that’s why it’s essential to have an experienced team you can rely on. Here at Sewell & Gardner, we offer traditional values with a modern approach and only work with trusted reputable property developers to ensure you receive the best service and commitment throughout your sale and with building land at a premium, is now the perfect time to release some of your equity?

So why delay, find out how much your garden could be worth. Please contact me today in confidence on 07973 624713 or ty@sewellgardner.com

Ty North Land & New Business Manager

Ty North
Land & New Business Manager

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