Wishlist Homes has constructed its website exceedingly well that it allows every home buyer to quickly find the type of home they need that’s according to their price point, and in the process, receive in-depth information on the home builder.
Sydney (PRWEB) April 17, 2012
Home buyers can now forget walking through countless home developments and spending hours of exhaustive search for that perfect two-storey narrow block home in Perth or scouring the Internet for different home builder sites. Wishlist Homes Pty Ltd recently introduced its remarkably comprehensive home builder portal—complete with house plans—dedicated to buyers and builders alike, providing a central location on the Internet where both parties can converge without the burden of heavy costs and a whole lot of wasted time.
Launched in April of this year, Wishlist Homes’ new website aims to fill a demand for a dedicated portal where home buyers have access to a diverse number of highly rated home builders, and home builders have a devoted site to showcase their numerous projects to obtain that much needed opportunity to engage countless buyers.
The easily navigated website features house designs by leading Perth builders with each design categorized according to home buyer preference, which include single-storey homes, double-storey houses, luxury mansions, and house and land packages. Wishlist Homes has constructed its website exceedingly well that it allows every home buyer to quickly find the type of home they need that’s according to their price point, and in the process, receive in-depth information on the home builder.
Wishlist Homes’ home page readily showcases a lineup of houses that are classified according to how buyers want to view them: Random, Most Popular, and Just Listed. When buyers click on a particular home, it leads them to a dedicated page of that home where they get access to floor plans, home features, and a map if the featured house is identified as a display home.
The Wishlist Homes website not only gives invaluable assistance to thousands of home buyers, it also serves as another venue for home builders to market their home designs and drum up more business, particularly as the Australian building industry remains at a weak state. The Australian Bureau of Statistics reported that figures for building approvals went down by 7.8 percent in February. With Wishlist’s advertising opportunities, home builders acquire another means to attract buyers with their designs and eventually stimulate profits.
Some of the more prominent home builders on the Wishlist Homes website include Danmar Homes, expert designer and builder of reasonably priced two-storey homes, RiverStone Homes, a luxury home builder, Dalessio, a Housing Industry Association (HIA) awardee for its stunningly beautiful design of Emporium, and a host of others. Currently, the home builders are all based in Perth. However, in the coming months, Wishlist Homes will embark on opening advertising spaces for builders all over Australia.
The Wishlist Homes also runs detailed display home reviews, updated articles on builders, latest home designs, and general building industry news and bulletins. With the convenient and invaluable service that Wishlist Homes provides, home buyers will be able to find their dream homes at their dream prices while home builders get exposure that may just translate into profits. All in all, everyone gets their wish.