If you end up buying a block of land that you haven’t done your homework on, you could end up blowing a lot more than your budget. Don’t put your future in the hands of a sales pitch. You don’t want to buy a block of land and discover any nasty surprises once you start building. The good news is that when you know what to look for, buying land is a simple and straight forward process. Once you’ve chosen the general location of your land, you need to look at more site-specific matters. In particular, you should check to see whether the land is affected by any restrictions and whether it is fully serviced.
Buying a block of land
We always advise for purchasers to get the lowdown on the most important things to look out for by doing one very simple thing; Before buying a block of land we advise you become a member of The Building Home Masterclass. It’s right on point telling you exactly what you need to know to ensure that you avoid the biggest mistakes made when buying a block of land.
In simple language, you’ll find valuable and essential information about:
• Choosing a Block
• Restrictions & Covenants
• Site Costs
• Sloping Blocks
• Buying ‘Off the Plan’
• Sales Plans
• Plans of Subdivision
• First Home Owners
• Stamp Duty
Avoiding the biggest mistakes made
Buying a block of land based on inaccurate advice can see you blowing a lot more than just your budget. Don’t trust your future to a sales pitch. Learn what you need to know to avoid the biggest mistakes made at The Building Home Masterclass.