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Home Builders in Shrewsbury

Primesave Properties are homebuilders in Shrewsbury, designing and building new homes at developments in and around Shropshire.

Owned by Keri Negron-Jennings, Primesave Properties pride themselves on creating the highest quality homes for first time buyers, families, investors and more, creating the perfect home for every single buyer.

This includes 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes, terraced, semi-detached and detached – as well as individual one off projects including luxury family homes.

A popular builder in Shropshire, Primesave Properties releases all developments off plan, allowing the new homeowners to customise their home according to their lifestyle and personal tastes.

This has proven hugely popular with all previous developments selling off plan including sites in Morda, Minsterley as well as soon to be launched developments in Penley, North Wales receiving huge interest.

Keri and the team work with individual purchasers on every element of their home from the layout of the house through to the kitchen and bathroom, and fixtures and fittings. The approach of customising a house from the beginning ensures that every Primesave Properties homeowner is moving into a home perfectly suited to their lifestyle, something that all homeowners want.

As well as allowing buyers to customise their properties, Primesave Properties also provide extensive support throughout the buying process, aiming to make the activity of buying a home as easy and stress free as possible.

This includes reduced deposits for first time buyers, and support from the very beginning through to when buyers receive their keys and move in – providing guidance at every step.

If you would like to know more about Primesave Properties, or you are looking for a new build home in and around Shropshire, why not take a look at our latest developments, or look out for open days to come and meet the team.

For further information call 01743 241135 or email [email protected].

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