Leafy Location at Everton Hills


Build your dream home in this established, green and leafy suburb.  As this house is not yet built, you can personalise it, creating your new home. Designed to suit a family, the home has features and style throughout. This functional family home has four generous bedrooms, two bathrooms and a powder room downstairs. The spacious open plan family area of kitchen, dining and … [Read more...]

Property Valuation – What you need to know!

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Are you thinking of building a new home or maybe starting your investment portfolio? Will you be using the equity in your current home? Do you know the difference between an Appraisal and a Property Valuation? If you are considering using the equity in your home (the difference between your properties value and what you owe on your mortgage) to build a new home or start … [Read more...]

Big Bold Convenient Living at Nudgee


Big 607m2 block in unbeatable position. If you are looking to build your new home in a great position you can’t go past this opportunity. Build in everything you could require with this great home or take advantage and customise your own design. Walk to parks & recreation facilities, schools and Australian Catholic University. Minutes to the centre of town, private … [Read more...]

Open Plan Single Storey Home at Northgate

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Watch each week as this modified small lowset AVON II design is constructed to the suit the owners open plan and disability / accessibility requirements.  Week 1 - Site Cut - Block cleared, the excavator levels the land, silt barrier installed and now we are ready for the first of the deliveries. Week 2  - Slab has been poured now the carpenters are erecting the frame and … [Read more...]

HIA says we should build, build, build

The chief economist of the Housing Industry Association, Mr. Harley Dale, told in an industry summit that 30 years from now, the number of houses needed in Australia will make the current building boom look mediocre. In the past decade, the average number of houses built in Australia numbered to about 158,000 a year, much less than what is needed to accommodate the growing and … [Read more...]