You've made the decision to buy your lodge or your log cabin and you have chosen the park on which you want to purchase. What are the points you should consider before making that final decision?
In the excitement of making the decision to buy your holiday lodge or log cabin, there maybe some vital questions you have forgotten to ask, or things you have forgotten to check. We have listed a few here and hope they may be useful:
Before making the final decision, take the time to talk to other lodge owners on the park - are they happy with their purchase? Do the park owners attend to any maintenance and requests quickly and efficiently? Are there any problems on the park they can tell you about before you commit yourself?
Most park owners will tell you that their existing lodge owners are their best selling force, so take advantage of using them!
FINANCING YOUR LODGE
Lodges built to British Standard 3632 and British Standard European Norm 1647 would qualify you to arrange finance with a specialist finance company such as RoyScot Larch.
- New Lodges built to BS3632 - VAT is charged only on the loose furniture and white goods. As from April 2013 VAT will be charged on the total retail price at a rate of 5% of all lodges built to BS EN 1647.
- New Log cabins - VAT is charged on the total retail price.