Our latest newsletter is now available

Take a look at the Summer edition of the Create Homes newsletter containing the latest news and offers across our developments.

In this issue, you can:

  • Take advantage of the LIMITED OFFER on the our stunning 4 bedroom detached property, The Warren.  Reserve Plot 5 and we will pay your stamp duty
  • View our upcoming development in Little Hoole, where we plan to bring eight new exclusive barn style properties to market in 2020
  • See an update on homes at our current developments in Inskip, Ash Meadows and St Petersfield’s
  • Find out about our latest involvement within the community, including Inskip in Bloom.
  • Meet our Assistant Site Manager, Joseph Rimmer
  • and discover a fantastic new incentive, which could earn you £250 – Simply recommend a friend to purchase a stunning Create Home.

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Pop in and meet us at Inskip

Come along and take a look at our stunning ‘Rossall‘ and ‘Sowerby‘ show homes.  We are open 10am – 4pm Thursday to Monday.  For more information contact our Sales Executive on 07900 221 896 or email sales@createhomes.com.

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