The process of buying land and building your new home can sometimes seem like a daunting process. Don’t worry, you’re not alone. We’ve put together a list of some of the most frequently asked questions that will hopefully provide an answer to some common concerns. Feel free to get in touch with our Land Sales Consultant if you have any other questions.
A small deposit secures your block. A contract is then forwarded to your solicitor (if you don’t have one we can recommend one). At the same time you can select a builder to prepare a tender/builders contract. The land is then exchanged and settled into your name and the building process starts with your builder.
It usually takes 8-10 weeks to obtain Council approval (your builder will do this for you) and approximately 6 months to build. Get in touch with Lake Macquarie City Council for more information on Council approval.
There are many project builders that will build on your land. Check with the Office of Fair Trading first to see if they are licensed and then inspect their display homes. When you choose your home, ask the builder to prepare a written tender to build the home on your lot or you can select from our House and Land Packages.
Every block of land in New South Wales is now classified by the Rural Fire Service with a rating of 1, 2 or 3. Each block in Brush Creek has different ratings to protect you and your home from bushfire risk. For more information contact Lake Macquarie City Council.
Every block in Brush Creek has received a classification by geotechnical engineers. To obtain the report, when available simply visit the Land For Sale section on this website and click on the Geotech Report link under the relevant stage.
Yes there are a number of house and land packages designed for various blocks within the estate. You can also choose your own block and your own builder to package up your home. We can assist you with this process. You’ll soon be able to view available packages on the House & Land page.