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Time for a new home? We make it easy

25 September 2017

Enjoy a stress-free build with a competitive house and land package by Generation Homes

Uncertain times are coming to an end as real estate trends north of Auckland show a positive outlook for buyers, making now the perfect time to consider purchasing a new home.

Generation Homes has a great range of house and land packages to meet your needs whether you’re looking to upsize or downsize, futureproof your retirement, build your first home or relocate for a better lifestyle. 

The Auckland North team services the popular urban fringe locations of West Auckland and Rodney as well as Silverdale, Riverhead, Helensville and Orewa for those seeking a more relaxed style of living outside the city.

New subdivisions such as Millwater, Riverhead Point, Parkview and West Hoe Heights provide unique opportunities for you to become a part of new communities within well-established neighbourhoods.

There’s further advantages, too. Choosing a home that has been pre-designed for your section simplifies the building process and reduces the number of decisions you have to make. This saves time and ensures your building consent is approved faster.    

Fixed price contract

Generation Homes offers a fixed price contract which means you’ll receive a quality home finished to the highest standard with no hidden extras. Your landscaping, fencing, letterbox and clothesline are all built into the cost. This means when you sign on the dotted line, that’s the price you’ll pay.

Guaranteed move in date

Knowing your move in date makes the logistics of organising a rental property and moving from one house to another so much easier. Being settled and comfortable while your new home is being built also gives you more time to think about the finer details such as choosing your colour palette.

Flexibility to dream big 

For those used to living in damp, cold and uninsulated houses, just stepping into a new Generation Homes property is a real eye-opener. New housing is better housing. We build architecturally-designed homes that are warmer, healthier and more economical. They are designed for 21st century living and include open plan kitchens, indoor-outdoor flow, double glazing, high performance materials and efficient heating and lighting. Every home is specifically designed for the site and you can put your own personal stamp on your property. Plus you’ll enjoy a 10-year residential building Guarantee and 12-month warranty on all building works.

Support all the way

We take the guesswork out of building by offering expert design advice from our team of experienced sales consultants and qualified architectural drafts people. What’s more our national supplier agreements are underpinned by price, quality and on-time delivery guarantees. A thorough quality control reporting system runs throughout the building process so you know what’s happening at every step.   

“We moved out of our old house straight into our new house and it went like clockwork. Because we had a fixed price and guaranteed move-in date there was no pressure. We were in love with our house and the area before our build was even complete. It was one of those homes you walk into and it just felt perfect.” – Steve and Lyn Tinney, Riverhead. 

Enjoy total peace of mind by partnering with an established company that has 20 years’ building experience.

Find out more by contacting one of our consultants for an obligation-free chat – you could be living in your new home by the end of the summer!

Suanne Jackson   0275 311 571                                                       
Trevor Bain           021 478 935                                                         
Hamish Jackson   0275 596 994 


2 Lam Terrace (corner Kaipara Portage Road), Riverhead
Ph: (09) 412 9139

4 Colonial Drive, Millwater (off Old Mill Road, Silverdale)
Ph: (09) 426 8462

Open seven days from 10am-4pm or by private appointment. 

This story was featured in the Herald on Sunday, CLICK HERE to view.