How do I secure a block of land?

A small deposit secures your block. A contract is then forwarded to your solicitor or conveyancer. During this time you can explore your building options with your choice of builder. Once you are satisfied you can build exactly what you want for the budget you have set, the land contract is exchanged. Settlement will occur shortly after the land registers.

How long does it take to build a home?
Your builder will coordinate submitting your home plans for approval with council. This process usually takes four to six weeks. Once your home plans are approved, most builders complete construction within sixteen to twenty weeks for single level homes. Your builder will give you a timeframe in your building contract.

Are there survey plans and geotechnical/bushfire reports available?
Yes. Contact us to request a free copy.

What builder should I choose?
There is a wide variety of builder options available to you in the Hunter. Most will have display homes open and sales representatives to speak to. They will be able to assist you with home options to suit your living requirements and budget. We also have a wide variety of home and land packages to choose from.

What about finance. Who can help me with this?
Nearly all banks and building societies have a loan product for construction (home and land). We can assist you with finding the right loan through our experienced mortgage broker at Robinson Property Finance.

Do I have to build straight away?
At Avery’s Rise there is no timeframe to build. Current government incentives like the First Home Builders grant have timeframes to comply with though. Your mortgage broker/lender will be able to give advice on the latest government initiatives.

Are there any covenants or building restrictions on the blocks?
In Avery’s Rise you have many design, finish and colour options available. Local council will determine your home compliance, however any building and living requirements will be listed in the land contract.

What services are available?

Your home will have electricity, mains water, sewer, gas and the National Broadband Network available.

How far to shopping, schools, medical facilities, cafes/restaurants and entertainment?
All of these community facilities are under a ten minute drive away.

Are there plans in the near future to link Avery’s Rise to the Hunter Expressway?

Yes. There is not a conclusive timeframe established to connect Avery’s Rise to the Hunter Expressway, however the connection will be made upon completion.

What are the benefits of living at Avery’s Rise?
It all starts with location. Avery’s Rise is centrally located just off the Hunter Expressway- unlocking an abundance of the best recreational activities Newcastle and the Hunter has to offer. At your doorstep is Kurri Golf Course, with Avery’s Rise also offering green open space and parkland with adjoining bushland reserve. Schools, shopping, medical facilities, cafes and restaurants, entertainment venues and clubs all within a 15 minute drive. Newcastle is just 40 minutes away and the rural hub of Maitland only 15 minutes.