The decision to build a new home for you and your family can feel rather daunting at times, however building a brand new home in a vibrant new community definitely has its advantages:
PERSONALISED DESIGN & LAYOUT – You get to create the perfect home for you and your family – one that is tailored to your personal taste and needs. Layout and design features aside, this in itself can be very satisfying and help you establish a greater emotional connection with your new home
CONTEMPORARY STYLE & FEATURES – Open plan living and outdoor entertaining spaces are more standard features in new homes than older houses. You are in control of the layout and design features of your new home, and can tailor the end result according to your own personal tastes and family needs.
LOWER HOUSEHOLD COSTS – A new home tends to be more energy and water efficient, especially with new energy codes, potentially resulting in lower utility bills.
KINDER TO THE ENVIRONMENT – A more energy and water efficient home is also more likely to be better for the environment, offering a more sustainable home in the long run, and a better future for your family members to come.
POTENTIALLY ‘BETTER FOR YOU’ – A new home is less likely to come with the health concerns or toxic materials of an older home (asbestos, lead paint, mould etc.), meaning healthier environment for you and your family to relax in.
A SOLID INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY – It is often felt that if and when you are ready to sell your home, a newer home is typically more appealing than an older home to the majority of people, so it may be easier to recoup your investment.
A WELL-DESIGNED COMMUNITY – As is the case of Akora, Box Hill, new developments are designed to foster a spirit of community by carefully balancing private and public areas, taking into consideration your everyday lifestyle needs such as recreational areas, playgrounds, schools, shops, cafes, roads, parking and public transport facilities.
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