- What is the importance of a Soil Test?
- What is the difference between a DA & CDC in Sydney?
- What is a Provisional Allowance?
- How long is it going to take to build?
- What is a Contour Survey?
- How do I get a true fixed price?
A Provisional Allowance is exactly that, an allowance that can increase or decrease subject to a certain circumstance. Therefore a Provisional Allowance is the opposite definition of Fixed Price.
When building a new home you have 2 options to ensure that you are meeting all the regulatory requirements.
Soil testing is mandatory and is crucially important in getting a true fixed price. You should never sign a contract with a builder until you have this testing completed as the results can significantly affect your expected costs.
Building your home can be both an exciting and stressful journey. There are so many stages that influence your building process so it’s really important to understand what they are and how long each of them take?
A Contour Survey provides us the slope of your site and must be completed by a registered surveyor. Some builders will perform their own checks, but ANSA Homes strongly advises that this survey be completed by an independent surveyor.
+ Your requirements must be as succinct as possible. + The type of land including soil composition and the slope (if any) you are building on must be understood. + Your builder will need to be completely aware of any Council or State regulatory cont