Jan 04, 2021 3:59 pm
Recently thinking about buying land to build our home on.
Have done a fair bit of research on site cost should the build is on a sloped block, etc.
So far I think I'm quite happy with the location of the recent release in Highton.
From the limited satellite photos on the land agent website it does look a bit hilly in the area, however I'm hoping for some experts on the forum to eye over it
I found this document regarding the lots in question, not sure if this will be helpful - I don't quite understand what I'm reading!
https://www.geelongland.com.au/download ... roduct=658
I understand cost varies but just want some general pointers - is it going to be a big struggle to build on these lands?
Sign in or Join to reply to this Topic
ECOECOHelp! Glazing options for new build - lots of windowsHelp! Glazing options for new build - lots of windows
jo_buildandrenoPorter Davis Grange Build(Lots of questions!) Waldorf GrangePorter Davis Grange Build(Lots of questions!) Waldorf Grange
Thanks Jason! Great info! Yes... we are looking at subdividing and keeping the other house as an investment or sell to pay down debt. I really appreciate the advice!
StructuralBIMGuyBuild cost increases - BrisbaneBuild cost increases - Brisbane
Ha the builders lobby group can put out whatever graphics they want to justify increasing their prices If the slabs down they are breaking the fixed price contract in…
StructuralBIMGuyBuild Material Cost ComparisonBuild Material Cost Comparison
Hey Coops007 Welcome to the forum It helps if you put up your location and what stage you are at in the process. ie drawings, 3D Model Quants, data, DA, BA, CDC,…
tranlan257How much does it cost to build the concrete slab-on-ground?How much does it cost to build the concrete slab-on-ground?
Thanks for your reply. To become an owner-builder in Victoria, you need to pass the tests: theory and White Card training. You…