Countryside Properties 1000 pounds referral voucher

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  1. metalbruja

    metalbruja New Member

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    I have recently bought a house from Countryside at the Great Kneighton development in Cambridge.
    They have a referral program of 1K voucher when referring other buyer to Countryside, anywhere in the UK.
    If you are buying a new house from them drop me a PM, and I will be happy to share at 50%, 500 for you and 500 for me.
     
  2. NewHomeExpert

    NewHomeExpert Well-Known Member

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    Be aware these schemes come with clauses, terms and catches!
    You have probably already broken one term or condition!
    Do you really want to recommend a house builder to someone who could then blame you when it all goes wrong for them?

    Only £1,000? Come on Countryside. If Ben Bailey are offering £4,000.
    Mind you as one buyer/referrer found out they dont always pay up.
     
  3. metalbruja

    metalbruja New Member

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    It is true that there are conditions.
    There is a form that must be presented by the referred new buyer at the time of reservation and the 1K are not payable until the legal completion.
    I have these forms.
    Available only to "selected plots" and "limited time". This is probably the trick, but I know different people that eventually got the money.
    The offer is valid for all the Countryside developments,

    Please contact me if you are interested
     
  4. NewHomeExpert

    NewHomeExpert Well-Known Member

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    "Selected plots" the homes no one wants to buy, plots they cannot sell perhaps next to social housing or north facing!
    "Limited time" before you realise all the defects and poor standard in your new home.

    People "eventyally got the money" says it all. They probably earned it with all the hops they jumped through and chasing.
    For £4000 it may be worth it for £1000 perhaps not.

    I hope everyone will get together and 'join forces' to take full advantage of these "deals" on a local level.
    Try posting on Moneysavingexpert/forum about this - (wider audience)
     
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    Nothing is ever as it seems with Countryside Properties!
     
  6. NewHomeExpert

    NewHomeExpert Well-Known Member

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    Or any other house builder!
    that is why I suggest potential buyers audio record everything the sales tell them, and get everything else in writing and keep a copy.
    Then you can complain to the Consumer Code for Home Builders using the adjudication scheme and have the PROOF you will need to win and get a payout.
     

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