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FreeCustomWebsite.com Builds a Custom Website for WSR Preservation, One of the Largest Property Preservation Companies in the Country

March 7, 2012

One of the largest property preservation companies in the western United States trusts FreeCustomWebsite.com with the task of building their custom website. WSR Preservation manages thousands of properties for banks that have a surplus of homes on their hands. The company utilizes their website to communicate with their vendors.

Riverside, CA (PRWEB) March 06, 2012

One of the largest property preservation companies in the western United States trusts FreeCustomWebsite.com with the task of building their custom website. WSR Preservation manages thousands of properties for banks that have a surplus of homes on their hands. The company utilizes their website to communicate with their vendors.

FreeCustomWebsite.com professionally customized WSR Preservation’s website with an intro video, flash animation, high end stock photography, rich colors, and handy forms that they use daily to improve the communication they have with their vendors.

While free websites are FreeCustomWebsite.com’s specialty, they also go deeper with their clients, to determine ways in which they can truly make a website generate business for their clients or make their clients lives more organized. This aspect of their business is one of the primary ways in which FreeCustomWebsite.com stands apart from the traditional DIY (do-it-yourself) websites.

In the case of WSR Preservation, they built custom forms based on the requirements of the clients vendors. The forms that were created were able to cut down on excess paper costs, faxing woes, and time for both WSR and the vendor.

Each free website built comes with a professional U.S. based web designer that gives the client the feel that they are speaking with a high end design firm. Clients can suggest changes to the developer, and the developer gladly complies.

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