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How To Keep Building Costs Down When Building A House In Australia

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Originally posted on https://network.aia.org/blogs/bob-gorman/2019/08/07/how-to-keep-building-costs-down-when-building-a-ho

 

To be able to lower your costs when building a new house in Australia, you will have to consider several factors. Some of the most important is the size of the property, design, materials, and the builder you choose. However, even if you decide to build a big house, there are always ways to cut your costs. Therefore, let’s take a look at some of the most significant steps you have to make before the building process starts to ensure you have a hassle-free experience.

Create a plan and determine your budget

To be fully organized, you need to create a plan and develop specific budget limitations for each building segment. It is essential because you can’t change your mind in the middle of the building process since it will, for sure, cost you more money. Therefore, think about rooms, design, and all additional costs, and determine precisely how much money you want to spend on each part of the building process. That way, you will cut all potential unnecessary expenses, and at the same time, you will be able to give clear information to the builder about your goals. Remember: any project is doable if you put your mind to it; you just have to be organized and create a plan.

Be wise when choosing the land

Before you start building a house in Australia, you will have to purchase a block of land. Why is it essential to be wise when choosing the location? Some areas will be cheaper than others, but there is always a reason behind it retaining walls, slope, easements, etc. If the land price is affordable, in most cases, it contains one or more of these features. Developers may reduce the price due to these lot features since there will always be additional costs required (materials, inclusions, etc.). It is imperative that you consider the pros and cons of each of your options. The cheaper solution, when you add those additional costs, can become the more expensive option.

Choose the right builder

Now when you have chosen the location and determined your budget, it is the time to find a builder. It is the most important step in this process. A great builder will understand your needs and stick to your budget limitations.

Another essential factor is communication tell them your priorities and make sure they are working within your strict guidelines. Also, they must offer you a wide range of options. When it comes to that segment, Bellriver Home builders are one of the best options in Australia. Besides an extensive range of options, they provide high-quality control systems and after-sales service.

Custom design tips

Having your own ideas for your new home is excellent, but even then, there are multiple ways of keeping building costs down. Staying simple is usually the way to go. First of all, opting for an open floor plan will cut your costs every time. The most popular method is to have a kitchen which opens up with your living room. You will have a huge space for dining and spending leisure time while saving costs on doors and paint at the same time. Placement of your wet areas is also crucial. Place them tightly together, so you don’t need too many pipes, and you’ll end up saving a substantial amount of money. Finally, the rectangular shape of your dwelling is essential for cutting costs. The more simple your building line is, the cheaper is the build.

Australia is a huge country, and of course, cost range per floor area depends on the location you choose. However, materials and design are even more critical to the final costs. Therefore, keep in mind all these steps we mentioned, be wise, and make a plan for saving that precious money.

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