CountryWide Homes Builds Trust with Its Growing Family of Homeowners


Published on: December 16, 2010

The most important feature when purchasing a home is something that isn't for sale. At CountryWide Homes, it's all about trust. The company says its foremost concern is to earn your trust at every stage in the process – from the time you visit the sales centre to the day you take possession of your new home, and beyond.

As an organization, CountryWide is committed to earning this trust by building your home with the same attention to quality and detail that the company's principals expect in their own homes, and this promise starts well before the construction of your new home. It begins by understanding your needs and answering your questions as you make one of the most important buying decisions of your life. Once you purchase, CountryWide continues its commitment by delivering to your expectations with personal service and a take-charge attitude during the design and after-sales process because the company knows this matters to you as well.

Once you take possession of your new home, you'll automatically be enrolled in a newsletter publication entitled Freshly Squeezed. This is the company's way of sharing good news, helpful ideas and tips on home maintenance, interior decorating, living Green, recipes and more with its growing family of homeowners. You can also expect to attend various homeowner events when you buy a CountryWide Home. These community events give old and new neighbours the opportunity to get acquainted in a fun and vibrant atmosphere while bringing people together to further develop the community which they can eventually call their own.

These initiatives are just a small part of the company's commitment to make owning a CountryWide home the best possible experience it can be. CountryWide is proud of each one of the family-friendly communities it has built throughout the Greater Toronto Area. Come and discover for yourself, the passion, care and trust the company has put into each and every CountryWide Homes development.

Featured in New Home Guide GTA December 2010