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Cruden Homes offers the opportunity to reserve a new home for just £99

Posted: 15th April 2020

Award winning housebuilder Cruden Homes has introduced a new offer for prospective new home buyers – the chance to reserve a plot of their choice at any Cruden Homes development for only £99.

With a range of developments across the east and west of Scotland, the £99 reservation offer lets house buyers choose their perfect home in their ideal location. Prices range from just £150,000 to £499,000, providing homes to suit every taste and budget.

The housebuilder understands that some people who would be looking to make a move, are living with a great deal of uncertainty right now.  That’s why they are also offering a full refund on the deposit if people’s personal circumstances change.

One of Scotland’s largest development and construction groups, Cruden has been helping thousands of people, in many different ways, to open the door to their dream home for over 75 years.

The full range of locations and developments on offer can be found on the Cruden Homes website.  The showhomes are currently closed due to the safety restrictions in place, however prospective buyers will find a collection of beautiful showhome images, virtual tours and videos online to help them make their dream home move.

The sales team are also on hand, working from home, to answer any questions prospective house buyers may have.  They are available via phone, email or video call – contact details can be found on each development page.

Find out more at:  www.cruden-ltd.co.uk/homes/developments

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