Top 5 New Home Builders In WA
Published 6:01 am 4 Mar 2021
Deciding to build your own home gives you a lot of freedom, especially the freedom to design every room to suit you and your family’s lifestyle. But while this is a major advantage, building from scratch can also be a little overwhelming – there are many decisions to address and consider and finding the right home builder to work with is just one.
To help those in Western Australia find the right builder to help create their dream home, we’ve provided a snapshot of the state’s top five new home builders for 2019/20 as judged by the Housing Industry Association in its latest HIA-Colourbond Steel Housing 100 report.
New Home Builders in WA
New Home Builders In WA, Here is The Top 5 to Consider
When it comes to new home builders in WA we’ve summed up 5 to help you with your next build.
1. BGC Housing Group
As one of Australia’s largest and oldest building companies, BGC is proudly Australian owned and operated. Its founder, Len Buckeridge, was an architect who passionately believed in making home ownership as available to as many people as possible. As well as being one of WA’s biggest home builders, the company is also one of the state’s most awarded.
BGC Housing Group is a multi-faceted company that manufactures a wide range of building materials and carries out construction work in all sectors. It leads the industry with the most innovative, value-driven homes that draw on its team’s experience and legacy as WA’s largest and most accomplished home-builder group.
Its specialised housing divisions cater for the first-home buyers’ market right through to luxury and commercial sectors. BGC Housing Group has excellent environmental credentials and believes caring for the environment starts at home. Its home are designed and built to be cooler in summer and warmer in winter, making them more efficient to heat and cool.
Because the company manufactures the majority of its building materials, each home it builds comes with a Lifetime Structural Warranty for as long as the client lives in it.
BGC Housing Group had 2332 new starts in the 2019/20financial year, of which 2147 were houses and 185 were units.
2. ABN Group
ABN Group is a leading construction, property and finance organisation that boasts an impressive portfolio of trading entities in Western Australia, as well as in Victoria. Established in 1978, the Group has built a reputation for quality and innovation through operational and service excellence, and continues to grow and evolve under the leadership of directors, Dale Alcock and Aidan Hooper, and chief executive officer, Andrew Roberts.
The organisation’s operations span the full breadth of the building and construction industry and include home building, commercial construction and development, and financial services. It has helped its clients with everything from first homes to luxury residences, home finance to property development and everything in between.
The group operates 20 businesses within the ABN Group including Homebuyers Centre, Celebration Homes, Dale Alcock Homes, Dale Alcock Homes South West, Webb & BrownNeaves, Boutique Homes, Homebuyers Centre Victoria, Dale Alcock Developments, Dale Alcock Projects, Parcel Property, Resolve Finance, Bluebay Home Loans and PACT Construction. ABN Group also operates Australia’s largest private construction apprenticeship scheme, and has trained more than 1400 apprentices since 2004.
ABN Group had 1540 new starts in Western Australia, of which 1383 were houses and 157 were semi-detached.
3. Silvestro Building Group
The Silvestro Building Group (SBG) companies – Home Group and Blueprint Homes – are multi-award-winning new-home builders, recognised as a leader in family home construction. SBG offers traditional family values of honesty, integrity and desire to always exceed expectations.
The Group has won multiple awards, including for Project Builder of the Year, Display Home of the Year and Best Customer Service. It is through its dedication to the very highest quality and best possible service to clients that SBG is able to continue to grow each year, offering clients the very latest in design trends and technological advances in construction. It aims to deliver great homes that maximise the unique benefits of the Australian lifestyle whether for first-home buyers, trade-up buyers, or investors.
Being at the forefront of design trends is what sets SBG apart from other builders. It is an industry leader in providing exclusive European-styled inclusions throughout every home it builds. The company’s team of specialists are able to assist buyers with finance and land, creating the perfect one-stop shop, and making what was once considered a difficult and complex purchase a simple, and exciting experience.
In WA, Silvestro Building Group commenced 1147 new properties over 2019/20, of which all were houses.
4. Redink Homes Pty Ltd/101 Residential Pty Ltd
Redink Homes prides itself on having higher standards than other builders for quality and customer service and even for its standard inclusions. The company understands that building a new home is likely to be the biggest investment of a customer’s life so offer a number of guarantees on the quality of the build and the time it takes to construct.
Redink Homes also trains its staff in how to draft plans so customers can walk into any display, and talk through what’s possible with the sales consultants. Those that wish to have plans drawn up professionally will receive their plans for review within days, rather than weeks. Its main point of difference is that customers can make changes to any of the Group’s standard plans – of which there are more than 60 designs to choose from.
There is a strong drive across the Group to produce quality, affordable homes to the West Australian public without compromising on quality or service. Redink Homes continues to be the brand of choice for many Perth buyers, while growing its market share in the south- and midwest. Meanwhile, 101 Residential has been embraced in the cost-effective two-storey market.
In WA, Redink Homes Pty Ltd/101 Residential Pty Ltd commenced 741 new houses over the financial year.
5. JWH Group
JWH Group is an entirely West Australian, family owned organisation that has grown from employing 120 staff in 2003 to now currently having 650 employees and more than 2500 sub-contractors. It is a located in 12 locations within the state with an even spread between metropolitan and regional areas.
JWH Group is principally a builder of residential properties, that include but is not limited to, single and multiple density housing, group housing, apartment buildings, home units, and retirement villages.
The JWH family is a group of diverse building operations and subsidiaries that target selected market segments. Each operation is driven by its own vision and mission statement as well as a business plan to underpin its direction. All organisations are contained to a size where tactical and objective management provides the direction encapsulated within the overall JWH Group vision.
This vision is to be considered the benchmark by its peers, staff and clients and to be an exciting, ground-breaking organisation. The collaboration of reputable and successful companies, coupled with geographical spread and dedicated staff with many years of experience, forms a foundation for JWH Group to successfully move forward into the future.
JWH Group started 630 new houses in WA during 2019/20.
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