16 March 2020

For families who are weighing up whether to spend money improving a current home or move into somewhere brand new, Redrow can provide a stress-free solution.

Redrow’s Help to Sell incentive is designed for those with an existing home to sell and makes moving simple and straightforward, meaning buyers can make the decision to sell up with confidence.  

To demonstrate how easy it can be, Redrow is holding a Help to Sell weekend at developments across Wakefield over the weekend of March 28-29.

Guests are invited to attend the events, where sales teams will be on hand to discuss the scheme and explain how it can make moving home simple and achievable – saving homeowners money too.

“Our weekend is the chance for buyers to find out all about the scheme and find out how they could move into a brand new Redrow home by letting us take the stress out of selling their current home,” says Steve Jackson, sales director for Redrow Homes (Yorkshire).

“Moving to a brand new home has a whole host of benefits including less maintenance, easy upkeep and a reduction in energy bills,” Steve adds.

Help to Sell means that Redrow and its estate agent partners will market and sell a customer’s existing property and contribute towards fees too.

The Wakefield Help to Sell weekend is taking place at:

St John’s Mews, off College Grove Road – two, three and four-bedroom homes from Redrow’s Georgian style Regent Collection on the site of the former Bishopgarth police training centre, conveniently close to the town centre, train station and Queen Elizabeth Grammar School.

City Fields, Neil Fox Way -  three and four-bedroom mews, semi and detached homes from Redrow’s Arts & Crafts inspired Heritage Collection, only a short drive from the city centre and close to Pinderfields General Hospital.

Visitors can find out more about the homes available, view professionally designed and decorated show homes at most venues and, of course, they can learn how Redrow can help them move into a new home. 

To find out more, join Redrow on Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29, between 10am and 5.30pm. For details of all developments and homes available go to