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How to Purchase a Property That Isn’t on the Market

The first step in building your dream home is finding the perfect patch of land – and this can be a challenge in today’s competitive marketplace.

If you’ve got your heart set on a suburb, but there’s no land on the market, or you’ve had your eye on a vacant block for months, and no “for sale” sign has appeared, it might be time to try a different approach – to negotiate an off-market sale.

There are many reasons why a property owner may be willing to sell their unlisted land – so if you’ve got your eye on a property, it’s worth making some enquiries. Here’s a summary of what you need to know.

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Considering Becoming an Owner-Builder? Here’s What You Need to Know

When it comes to building a new home, there’s a few different options - and one is to buy a kit home, take on the role of owner-builder, and organise construction yourself.

On the surface, it can seem more affordable, but there’s always the potential for building costs to blow out. Plus, you’ll be solely responsible for bringing the whole project together, which is a lot more work than most people realise.

So, what exactly does it mean to be an owner-builder? And is it something you should consider? Let’s take a closer look at what's involved.

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Our Most Popular Blog Posts of 2016

2016 saw us publish almost 50 blog articles with all manner of helpful information about building a modular home, as well as our popular Design Focus series.

We thought you might like to check out our list of the 15 most popular posts from the last 12 months, in order of popularity:

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How to Use Your Modular Home to Make Extra Income

19 February
Laurie Raikes

Finance

Did you know that you could be making money from your modular home?

In this article we’ll look at the various ways you can use your home to make passive income, either as a rented holiday home, a bed and breakfast, or as accommodation for casual boarders.

We’ll look at the various ways you can do this, as well as some examples of people who’ve used our modular homes to generate income.

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How to get Finance for a Modular Home

 

We get asked all the time: "Is it hard to get finance on a modular home?"

The truth is that financing a modular home can be a challenge for both customers and lenders.

Because banks are accustomed to financing homes built using an on-site building process, they’re not always equipped to deal with the subtleties presented by prefabricated modular homes that are built in a factory and then transported to the building site almost completed. 

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