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Jennian Homes + Family

Jennian Homes + Family

Jennian Homes would like people to think about who makes up their families. Quite rightly, we tend to think immediately of the group of people in our lives related by blood or marriage. But if we extend our thinking a little, family can be many different things. Family could be described as the people in our lives who want us in theirs; or those special neighbours that we would describe as the ‘do anything for you’ people. Our family might be small in numbers, or perhaps we consider our street or local community to be a part of our extended family. And we mustn’t forget our pets. These companions can be some of life’s most important family members.

So now that we have decided who makes up our family, we should think about what our family does. Whether it is sport, entertainment, education, cultural activities or hobbies, whatever it is that our family does every day is what creates their identity. This could be described as our lifestyle fingerprint – entirely unique, no two are the same, and it is what makes our family different to every other family on the planet. By comparing our community to a neighbouring town or city, it is who lives in and what goes on inside these individual communities that gives them an identity that is different to any other. Therefore the needs of those communities become very specific and we play an integral part in the make-up of our local community family.

Jennian has been building homes for New Zealanders for almost 32 years and are proud to have been making a difference in the lives of thousands of families, helping them to achieve the perfect living environment for their family’s needs. By picking the builder who will listen to their plans, take the time to understand their lifestyle fingerprint and craft the custom-designed home their family will love, they will get the home they have always wanted.

At Jennian Homes they believe that a new home should reflect the owners and the local Jennian franchisee will work with their customers to ensure they get the home they have dreamed of. They take care of the building side of things while the customer gets to do the exciting part like choosing colours, textures and fittings. Jennian Homes will also deliver on time and on budget and will make the countdown to moving-day easy and enjoyable by keeping their client fully informed and involved.

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