Land – How Deep And Wide Is Your Block? 

We also recommend that you should seek professional advice from a financial adviser before making any decision to purchase any financial product referred to on this website When you undertake a unit/town house or duplex project you become a property developer and this is something Glenvill understands well. Both are ideal ways in which to maximise the potential of your house and create a potential new source of income. Wouldn’t you prefer to be meeting with a design manager rather than a sales consultant! We’ll work with you to determine the most desirable outcome on your land and consult town planning experts to assess the viability of the proposed development. Once your deposit is paid, we’ll carry out a soil test and site survey to assess the site-specific costs to build your new house. Find out if you Qualify for a Dual Occupancy Home The contents of this website are of a general nature only and have not been prepared to take into account any particular investor's objectives, financial situation or particular needs. You may not realise it, but the block of land your house sits on could be a nest egg in the making. Demolition of your existing home Alternative accommodation for the duration of your build Potential vegetation overlays and requirements to protect significant trees peering requirements due to old foundations' Replacement of old fences and demolition of front fencing for construction In some cases, the removal of asbestos Protection of neighbouring properties by way of scaffolding and mesh Overhead power conversion to underground power Traffic management for delivery of materials to your site costs that are estimates only until your house demolition is complete and a final site survey and soil test is completed The first step in assessing your property’s suitability for a knock down and rebuild is to have your Porter Davis consultant visit your block and conduct a site assessment. At this stage, you’ll be given the direct contact numbers of your Building Coordinator and Site Supervisor who will be overseeing the construction of your new house.

Updates On Important Details For Dual Occupancy Homes

Up until now, the rules, regulations, and processes involved with dual occupancy were all on you. Your quote and site costs will form the basis of your tender documentation and preliminary drawings. You may not realise it, but the block of land your house sits on could be a nest egg in the making. Suite 181, 15 Albert Ave Broadbeach LLD 4218 Wouldn’t you prefer to be meeting with a design manager rather than a sales consultant! We believe that too many people are missing out on the biggest opportunity of their lives for fear of the ‘what ifs’, so we’ve made it Expert House Building our business to make the decision of dual occupancy a no braider. Will a duplex design side by side or a battle-ax one behind the other be more ideal for you? How much will the two houses lease for, if you decide to do so? Land – How deep and wide is your block?