10 Mar 2020

The Benefits of Building A New Home.

When it comes to your new home there are many things you need to consider - location, features, size and more. At times the list can seem endless and the range of options can be intimidating. One option people don’t always consider is building new!


There are lots of benefits to building over buying an existing home. Bespoke design, more control over small details, AND it can actually be easier to get a mortgage for a new build! Building new allows you to customise the home to suit your needs right from the start ensuring you have everything you need to suit your lifestyle.


 Choosing a trusted building company like Golden Homes means you can design and build your dream home from scratch or choose from one of our existing plans that have been developed with “kiwi lifestyles” in mind. Whatever your style and budget, we have options to match. 


We know that finding land to build on can be difficult. That’s why we offer an extensive range of house and land packages for our customers to choose from. There is no need to search for a section (unless you want to!), and each package is paired with the perfect plan to maximise sunlight and views. Whether you're after sophisticated inner city style, suburban bliss to bring up your family or a slice of rural life, we can work with you to achieve your dream home.


All of the homes we build are built under our Gold Standard Building System which take the risk out of building a new home. This system ensures all homes are designed for New Zealand lifestyles and conditions with top quality fittings, finishes and building materials. You can rest assured that you will move into your new home on time and with no pricing surprises along the way.


When you build with us, you enjoy the benefits of working with a company that has been building homes for Kiwis since 1990. Our well-established building process ensures your build will run smoothly from start to finish.


If you’re still feeling a bit unsure on how a new build works, check out our Building Guide:


Alternatively, give us a call on 0800 22 22 36