There’s a lot to consider when it comes to building a new home…
From where to buy land, to which builder and home design to choose, there’s no shortage of decisions to be made. A key factor of your new home planning — and something that can end up saving you a lot of money in the long run — is making sure you choose a builder whose new home inclusions match up with your family’s needs.
What exactly are inclusions?We often get asked what exactly does inclusions mean. To put it simply, they are a list of standard items that are included in the base price of your new build. New home inclusions can vary, so the specifics of what’s included is going to depend on a few key things such as: which builder you decide to work with; what range you choose your home design from; and what kind of property you buy.
Did you know?
Standard inclusions change from builder to builder.
So it’s important to do a little bit of comparative research to make sure you’re getting a good deal. Sometimes, the base price of a home that appears very inexpensive may only be so because many of the inclusions have been removed, and will actually end up costing you more in the long run when you need to add additional items in!
Top tip: When comparing builders, make sure you check over the new home inclusions in detail to make sure you’re comparing apples with apples!
At Porter Davis we have designed range inclusions to match every kind of lifestyle. A few key items we strongly suggest looking out for in your inclusions lists are things like flooring, heating, electrical and basic fixtures and fittings.