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Bovis Homes (2015)
Michael Tuck New Homes were proud to market six new developments in Gloucester, Cheltenham and Worcestershire for Bovis Homes. We were employed to market the plots to our existing database and to new applicants as we registered them. We also provided back up to major Buy-To-Let events at Cheltenham Racecourse and Gloucester Rugby Club with the assistance of Michael Tuck Lettings.
County to County (2014)
Michael Tuck New Homes in Gloucester were instructed to to offer a full marketing service on this prestigious development of executive detached and semi-detached houses in Quedgeley. Providing and maintaining the sales office and view home with an experienced sales executive we acheived an impressive sales rate.
Abbey Homes (2013)
National developer Abbey Homes employed Michael Tuck New Homes to provide a complete marketing package for their multi-phase development in Kingsway. Staffed by local and experienced Michael Tuck New Homes sales consultants and backed by the Michael Tuck network offices we were able to achieve an excellent sales rate.
Bromford Homes - Lydney (2012)
Michael Tuck New Homes successfully provided the sales department for this development of 18 shared ownership homes in Lydney. Utilising our many years experience in managing New Homes and Shared Ownership sites they were particularly impressed by the sales rate that we achieved. As a result of our success we were subsequently instructed by Kier New Homes as sole agents on their parcel of land in Lydney.
Michael Tuck News Homes were proud to market six new developments in Gloucestershire and Worcestershire for one of the UKs largest house builders. Persimmon were particularly pleased with the level of extra marketing and coverage the we were able to provide them both online and in the local newspapers.