Top 3 New Home Builders In Tasmania

Dominique Grubisa
Dominique Grubisa

Published 5:41 am 4 Mar 2021

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Finding the ideal builder for your home isn’t an easy process. You want a builder who shares your vision and works with you to create a property that reflects your lifestyle, tastes and budget.  And while it should also be fun and exciting, it’s important to do the right research upfront to ensure your dream doesn’t become a nightmare.

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To help those in Tasmania find the right builder to help create their ideal home, we’ve provided a snapshot of the state’s top three 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 Tasmania

  1. MJH Group
  2. Hotondo Homes
  3. GJ Gardner Homes

New Home Builders In Tasmania Here is The Top 3 to Consider

When it comes to new home builders in Tasmania we’ve summed up 3 to help you with your next build.

1. MJH Group

The MJH Group has been established for more than 30 years after being founded in 1987 as a family owned business based in the Hunter region of NSW. It then began strengthening its position by moving into Tasmania, greater Canberra, Queensland and South Australia. The Group is well respected as a new project home, multi-residential and investment property building company that offers a broad range of solutions aimed at challenging convention through an ongoing commitment to quality and innovation.

The integrated building group comprises 10 businesses including McDonald Jones Homes, Mojo Homes, Brighton Homes, MJH Multi Residential Projects, Wilson Homes, Weeks Building Group, Complete McDonald Jones and MyChoice Services Suite. Its staff of 650 employees and 3000 contractors and tradespeople are committed to, and focused on, revolutionising their clients’ lifestyles through architectural design, quality workmanship and customer experience across their building footprint.

Over time, MJH Group’s portfolio has grown and evolved to offer a range of services that cater to diverse needs, goals and budgets, from architecturally designed homes, multi-residential projects and investment properties, to interior styling, affordable home-loan options and simplified conveyancing.

In Tasmania, MJH Group started 301 new buildings in 2019/20 of which 234 were houses and 67 were units.

2. Hotondo Homes

Hotondo Homes is one of Australia’s leading franchise network of professional builders, delivering quality homes throughout metropolitan, regional and country Australia. The organisation offers a dynamic business system that provides builders with a well-known brand name, effective sales and marketing programs, strong buying power, business coaching and the support of a team within an award-winning franchise network.

Hotondo Homes is a family owned business that takes pride in each home that it builds. It was established in 1979 and now has over 70 new house builders situated around the country. Each new home builder is locally based, which means they have exceptional knowledge of the local area, including the style and building regulations. Clients therefore receive skilled advice, great customer service and expert knowledge.

A wide range of styles are available from contemporary townhouses to heritage-inspired new homes. Each builder works with the client to ensure both visions are aligned. Hotondo Homes designs are diverse and suit many different styles and budgets. It also offers wide-ranging floor plans that are suitable for narrow, acreage or sloping blocks and everything in between.

Hotondo Homes commenced 69 new buildings in Tasmania over the 2019/20 financial year of which 60 were houses and nine were semi-detached. All dwellings were built under franchise.

3. GJ Gardner Homes

GJ Gardner Homes was established in 1983 by Greg Gardner in Queensland as an independent building firm with a focus on residential home construction. Its popularity led to the founder deciding to franchise the business and fast forward to today, GJ Gardner has built more than 36,000 homes throughout Australia, New Zealand and the USA. It has 120 franchisees operating around the world, all supported by multiple global offices.

Each office throughout Australia and New Zealand is individually owned and operated by the registered builder, who is committed to working with local suppliers and contractors. Flexibility in over 100 design options and a systemised 5-star performance provides a unique experience for every new home buyer. GJ Gardner’s mission is to ensure a client’s home is memorable for all the right reasons. Fixed prices and build-time certainty is provided with no hidden extras.

The organisation continues to expand and grow on the back of a single premise: ensuring every customer would refer it to their closest friend. It ensures the highest standard of workmanship is used and each of its qualified builders and preferred subcontractors are selected for their individual standards of expertise and commitment to excellence.

During 2019/20, GJ Gardner Homes started 59 new houses in Tasmania, which were all built under franchise.


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DOMINIQUE GRUBISA
Lawyer, Asset Protection Specialist and Property Educator

Dominique Grubisa is a practicing lawyer with over 25 years experience. She is a property investor and developer, an entrepreneur with businesses in Australia and Southeast Asia, a speaker, educator, writer and published author.


This column has been written for general information purposes only. It is not intended as legal, financial or investment advice and should not be construed or relied on as such.

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