Considerations to Discuss with Your Home Builder

With the median house price in Perth falling and staying lower than Sydney, Darwin, and Melbourne, several prospective homeowners are starting their shopping for a residential property in Western Australia’s capital city. Suburbs like Ellenbrook, Baldivis, and Canning Vale are among the most popular with sales soaring in these neighbourhoods.

Are you also a first-timer planning to build a new home? Make sure you know what to look for when purchasing house and land. Here are the top considerations to discuss with an established home builder in Perth:

Favourable Location

When you’re trying to decide where to build your home, get recommendations not only on the areas that have everything you want in a residence but also on locations that you can afford. Make sure the community suits your lifestyle without breaking the bank; your chosen suburb should give you access to important amenities like transportation and leisure.

Features that Will Truly Benefit You

Thoroughly read brochures, and check the display homes of your builder to see what their properties or package deals offer. Inclusions like quality flooring finishes and energy-efficient appliances can make the deal truly valuable. See if the home’s features suit your needs and preferences.

Financing and Other Expenses

Be particular in detailing the inclusions of the house and land package, and determine if the builder can help you with financing. This may save you more money. Find out what the terms of your mortgage are (e.g. deposit requirements, repayment scheme, and other aspects).

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