Freelife Leads The Way In Modern Living

As a specialist builder servicing the first homebuyer and investor market in Perth, Freelife Homes has proven to be at the forefront of urban residential design in recent years responding quickly to a 2013 report by the Urban Development Institute of Australia. While traditionally new home builders have serviced the market for large homes on spacious blocks, new research is showing that demand among buyers is strong for stylish, affordable, compact homes that suit the lifestyle and budget of today’s first homebuyer.

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“Freelife Homes is leading the way designing and building product which services the needs of our customers, particularly first homebuyers, with these factors considered.”

(PRWEB) April 25, 2014

As affordability continues to be challenged in the strong Western Australian economy, land developers are responding with an increasing availability of smaller lots and it is builders such as Freelife Homes who are well placed to help home owners take advantage of a dream that may previously have been out of reach.

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) reported in 2013 that the average size of blocks in Perth fell 9.2% and that blocks under 500 sq m represented over 70 per cent of the available land in Perth.

Recognising this trend ahead of time has been the key for Freelife Homes and they have been able to offer their clients a broad range of designs to suit blocks with 5m and 7.5m frontages.

Freelife Homes Sales Manager Clayton Halloran says he is excited about the company’s ability to respond to the needs of today’s customers.

“In response to the demand for a low maintenance home with the feeling of space expected from a new build, we have been able to apply clever design and construction principles to maximise the building envelopes on smaller lots and deliver some exceptional home designs.”

“As the demand for land continues to outstrip supply, we see this urban infill story continuing and Freelife Homes will play a major part in servicing the demand for homes on smaller lots,” Mr Halloran said.

Mr Halloran believes the result of this trend is that Perth will ultimately see higher urban densities in coming years, not just in new land estates but across the entire metropolitan area as higher density R codes are approved.

“Freelife Homes is leading the way designing and building product which services the needs of our customers, particularly first homebuyers, with these factors considered,” he said.

Its not just first homebuyers who are reaping the rewards of modern living trends, investors are increasingly turning towards compact house and land packages as a profitable investment vehicle with easy maintenance homes and strong rental returns proving an attractive combination.

To enquire about the range of homes offered by Freelife Homes visit http://www.freelifehomes.com.au or email info@freelifehomes.com.au


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