26 Aug 2016

£30,000 giveaway for first-time buyers at special open day

£30,000 giveaway for first-time buyers at special open day

The first 100 people to register for our Aberdeen First Time Buyer Open Day will receive a £300 voucher to use towards their legal fees + free tickets to the Scottish Home Show at the AECC.

First-time buyers are being given a unique opportunity to save £300 on their first home purchase with Aberdein Considine.

The first 100 people to register for our First-Time Buyer Open Day in Aberdeen will be gifted a £300 voucher to help cover the legal costs of their first purchase*.

They will also get a free pair of tickets to attend the Scottish Home Show at the AECC in September.

At our Open Day - being held at our Union Street branch on Saturday 10th September - lawyers, mortgage advisers and property experts will be on hand to answer any questions you have over a cup of coffee.

If you are planning to buy your first home this year, it's an event (and discount) not to be missed.

Find out everything you need to know

With everything you need to buy a home under one roof, we offer first time buyers expert advice every step of the way.

At the Open Day, you will be able to find out:

  • What the local property market is like
  • How much mortgage lenders would be willing to offer you
  • How the Scottish home buying process works

Register now

To register for the Open Day and to claim for £300 discount and Scottish Home Show tickets, click here to reserve your place on our Eventbrite page.

*Note: Discount voucher applies to conveyancing legal costs. One voucher per couple and only one voucher can be used per transaction. Voucher expires 31st December 2016. To claim your voucher, you must attend the Open Day.

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