New Primesave Properties Website & Brand Launched

New Primesave Properties Website & Brand Launched

You may have noticed the Primesave Properties website and brand has had a makeover.

Since launching in 2008, Primesave Properties has grown enormously – launching a number of new build home developments in Shropshire and the surrounding areas. There is huge interest in current and upcoming developments including Oakwood Grange in Morda and Brookfield Rise in Penley, typically for home buyers looking to buy off plan from a trusted Shropshire home builder.

With this in mind, the new Primesave website has been launched; helping to provide all the key information that a homeowner may need to know about Primesave and our properties.

We understand new home research takes time and can be complicated. The website has been designed so users can easily navigate to each page or specific information in a quick and easy manner, making the research process simpler and easier.

The website showcases our current developments and properties available, and examples of our previous developments. It also provides information and guidance on reserving early – allowing homeowners to buy off plan and create a home that has been tailored exactly to their needs.

The Primesave brand has been refreshed so it has a clean and modern feel, which is perfect for Primesave Properties in 2016, but it also retains the zebra style that has become recognisable at our developments since 2008.

The new brand can be seen throughout our new website, but also at our developments in and around Shropshire and the surrounding area – including at our Sales Suite (currently in Morda), which was launched in summer 2016. If you are about and about, and spot the new Primesave brand, why not let us know.

If you are looking at new homes and would like to know more about our developments, why not get in touch or pay us a visit to one of our open days at our current developments – take a look at our latest news to find out when and where these are being held.

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