New Homes - Additions - Building Design - Supervision

Find out more about the construction process at Rejoice Homes™.

We look forward to meeting you and building your dream home.

Construction Process

Building a new home is usually very emotional and the most expensive decision in one's life.

It is a complex process, and requires good planning and organisation. We at Rejoice Homes™ will go with you through that process explaining every single step of the process and every question you might possibly have. Most importantly, there will not be any unpleasant surprises neither during construction or once your house is finished.

Misunderstanding between the builder and the client causes long delays in the building process, and often is very expensive for both parties. We want to be sure that you understand how it works, and that is why we will spend with you as much time as needed to make sure we understand each other.

  • During the first consultation, you will explain to us what type of house you intend to build and whether you have the building block or not. We will advise you which designs are suitable for the block of land you have, or what size building block you should buy to be able to build your new home.
  • Once you decide to proceed with the design process, you will sign the Authority to Proceed.
  • We will organise:
    • land surveying
    • soil testing
    • drawings for development approval.
  • You will have to provide proof of land ownership.
  • You will sign the Building Contract with us. We use standard HIA (Housing Industries Association) contract, which is in plain English and is easy to understand.
  • You will provide a proof of funding approval.
  • You will make final selection of materials, fixtures and colours.
  • We will provide to you master plans and final guaranteed fixed contract price costing.
  • You will sign off master plans and final costing.
  • We will obtain all required approvals.
  • We will organise material supplies and construction work.
  • Average construction time for an off-the-shelf three bedroom home is twenty weeks.
  • During construction work, you will regularly meet with the builder personally, to discuss any concerns you might have.
  • You can change your mind and request any variations of the materials and colours of your new home (please note that variations to the original selection could cause additional expenses and delays in construction work).
  • After the construction work is finished, we will explain to you how to take good care of your new home and the keys are yours.
  • You Rejoice!

We'll make sure

You Rejoice!

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