Snap up the best spots to call home across Australia
Everyone wants a piece of Australia to call their own. And there’s no better way to achieve this than building your ideal home or investment property with a house and land package.
A Triple Zero Property house and land package is completely flexible. Work with our team to source a new piece of land, then choose (and customise) the home design that’s right for you and your lifestyle.
We make it simple.
Our expert team can help with everything from sourcing land, to home design and even the right finance options. We do the hard work for you so that you can have an enjoyable home building experience.
Our advertised land is typically ready to build on, and your Triple Zero Property team will handle all the hassles. We will manage the entire process from Property selection through to Property Management. We assist with the contractual side. We provide a guaranteed fixed price contract on a quality investment home. We Project manage the entire build, from covenant to council to construction liaising with the builder every step of the way.
A competitive fixed contract provides certainty and peace of mind that your home will be finished on time and within budget which is ideal as an owner occupier home buyer or as an investor.
The idea of building two homes on one lot is a very attractive proposition for some investors wanting to create immediate capital uplift and strong rental returns. However, this versatile investment comes with a higher price tag than a regular build (which may inhibit some investors) and should be viewed as a small development.
Opportunity to unlock potential in a block of land to create immediate value uplift and strong rental returns.
Multiple options at completion – sell both for profit, keep one and sell one, keep both with good rental return and potential for future capital growth.
One of our favourite investment strategies.Disadvantages:
Cost involved in doing a small development i.e., DA, strata fees, additional council fees, longer process (additional holding costs), land price is often more expensive, and availability of suitable land is often limited.
Duplexes can be costly due to complexity if not done correctly or without the right advice.