Not that you didn’t know that building a house needs a plan, but it doesn’t harm to remind you how crucial it is to have everything sorted out in detail.
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Apart from covering your budget calculations, builder fees, hiring an architect and similar essentials (you did do all these things, right?), think about the big picture when approaching your home building plan by asking yourself the following:
- Will our family be expanding?
- Do we love the location?
- Is Sydney where you want to live till the rest of your life, or will you be selling?
- Is it a place to entertain or have a simple, quiet life?
- Are we in a good neighbourhood?
- How far from public transport are we located?
Answer these questions and you’ll know whether to immediately start with the works or change your plan entirely.
No matter how gorgeous your home is already or is going to be, it’s worth nothing unless you are feeling safe in it. This is particularly related to the outskirts of big cities, wilder areas or big cities alone. Exterior lighting, fire exits, a security system, fire alarms, gateway locks, etc. go a long way.
Keep it affordable
Size matters – in all segments of life, and housing as well. The bigger the home, the bigger expenses so before you dive in, try to make a solid and objective calculation on how much you’ll be spending on building or upgrading your home, in total. Property taxes, mortgage payments, maintenance and utilities and other similar costs are just a few things to think about but that doesn’t mean you should limit yourself to something so small that it would be impossible to sell/remodel/expand later. Talk to professional builders about making your home building plan as affordable as possible. Also, consult with them on the overall space you’ve got or intend to build, and ways you can manipulate it to your benefit (now or later). It wouldn’t harm if you consulted with them on the type of materials, fixtures and other building/upgrading specifications that would help you save money but still stay on the quality side.