2. Acceptance of the Quotation
On presentation of your quotation, we’ll ask for your initial deposit and finalise any variations that you may have. Commencing the date of your deposit, your quotation provides a fixed tender period – holding the basic price of your home whilst the steps between here and contract signing take place.
3. Plan Preparation
Our Drafting Department prepares architectural plans including your requested variations. We then contact you to set an appointment to present the plans to you at one of our sales centres.
4. Building Approval Application
Once you’ve signed off on your plans, we prepare documentation for approval – Complying Developement Code (or Council for Development Approval where necessary). Your Customer Service Officer will look after your needs through this processing time.
5. Colour Selections
Whilst your plans await approval, you will need to complete your colour selections. By appointment, an experienced Colour Selection Co-ordinator will assist you in completing the colour selection documentation.
6. Approval Received
When we receive your approved building plans, we check the approval documents and arrange for the PCA (Principal Certifying Authority – who’ll be inspecting the works in progress) to issue a construction certificate.
Your Customer Service Officer will contact you to arrange a time to sign the building contract. You’ll need to have provided the land and finance requirements set out in the quotation in order to make an appointment.
After the initial period set out in the contract, work is set to commence.
On completion of your new home, your Construction Supervisor will arrange a handover inspection. You then arrange for the final payment and collect the keys. In choosing an Allworth home you will have the benefit of more than 35 years master built experience. At Allworth, we pride ourselves on a superb reputation built on superior quality workmanship and materials and service.
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