Property market update: Melbourne, September 2021
Melbourne’s property market kept the ball rolling in September as the city’s dwelling values rose once more during t...
Building a new home is likely to be one of the single biggest projects you’ll ever undertake in your lifetime, so it makes sense to approach this major undertaking with meticulous planning and preparation.
And whilst that does takes a bit of time and effort, there’s no doubt that you will reap the rewards of making the investment upfront in order to get your desired end result.
A significant part of the planning process is choosing a homebuilder — and because they’re the ones who will have the biggest impact on your final outcome and the ones with whom you’ll be spending significant amounts of time (and money), your decision-making process needs to be carefully considered.
To help with that decision-making process, here’s the ultimate turnkey checklist for choosing a home builder.
If you’re looking for homebuilders who will turn your property dreams into reality, we recommend you put this checklist to the test.
A contract is a legal document that binds two or more parties, stating their rights and obligations to the agreement.
In real estate, insurance is a contract or policy that protects an individual or entity’s property from damages and losses, receiving reimbursement from an insurance company.