Truelove Homes are a local family run business.
Patricia and George Truelove found G W Truelove and Co in 1968, initially building in Saxilby, Welton and Lincoln. The company has gone from strength to strength and is currently building in various locations throughout Lincolnshire. Including Kirton Lindsey and Barrow upon Humber.
Several name changes have occurred over the years. One of the first being watchlodge Ltd, which was formed by Pat and Georges three children eventually became Truelove Homes and GW Truelove changed its name to Truelove Property and Construction Ltd.
The company expanded its business interests into property lettings and management by the termination of a management company called LMP city lets (now known as Premier City Lets) in 2005, which manages over 600 properties in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.
Truelove Homes can consider buying your house in part exchange for your new Truelove Home. They want to make the buying process smoother for you, whether you're looking to make room for a growing family or want a better quality home; with Truelove as a guaranteed buyer they can make your move a reality. With the Truelove Home part exchange scheme they can ensure there are no last minute hitches; eliminating the worry that the buyers of your property might pull out. The part exchange criteria will depend on the value of your house and that of the Truelove Home you are buying and they can make an offer dependent on these two values.
The 10 year Guarantee
NHBC – Truelove Homes have an ‘A1’ Rating with NHBC. This warranty can give you piece of mind with a 10 year structural guarantee.
Premier Guarantee – Truelove Homes also use Premier Guarantee for a 10 year structural warranty on some of their sites.
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