A turnkey house and land package, also called ‘complete’ or ‘move-in ready’, is where you can literally turn the front door key and move straight in.
What you see is what you get
Turnkey house and land packages offer many benefits to buyers. It really is a case of “what you see is what you get”. There are no unexpected or additional costs as everything is included in the initial, fixed price contract signed with the builder.
Obviously, turnkey house and land packages encompass essential site and construction works such as power, water and sewerage connections but they also include:
- internal painting
- floor coverings
- window coverings
- air conditioning
Your dedicated builder handles everything
When you choose to purchase a turnkey house and land package, you’re usually assigned a dedicated builder whom you’ll deal with directly for the duration of the build. This helps keep the lines of communication open, avoiding misunderstandings and, hopefully, avoiding delays.
Many homeowners choose a turnkey house and land package because it helps minimise the stress of the construction process. A good developer will have formulated a streamline construction process and, should problems arise, it’s the role of the builder to deal with them.
And finally, turnkey house and land packages usually follow a pretty strict schedule so homeowners have a good idea of when they can move in.
More information about turnkey house and land packages in Perth
If you have any questions about the pros and cons of buying a turnkey house and land package in Perth, don’t hesitate to contact Christine directly.
Christine Young is a twenty-year survivor of the Real Estate industry in Western Australia and yet, to this day, has lost none of her enthusiasm and energy in striving for that next project that next sale. Over the decades, Christine has built up an impressive list of successful land sales throughout Perth and surrounding regions. Christine makes herself available to the public and prospective clients at all times and welcomes direct contact with the public in a one-on-one situation to foster trust and confidence.