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  1. About Us

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About Us

  • We place great emphasis on the communities
  • Innovative designs
  • Superior quality
  • High safety standards
  • Environmentally friendly design principles
Our developments cater to the needs of our varied customer base and typically include 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes.
Welcome to Village Building one of the leaders in providing value driven, quality, sustainable homes for over 23 years. Our aim is to provide homes which better meet the needs of our buyers, putting more people into their homes at a price they can afford whilst developing innovative housing products and sustainable communities.

At Village Building we develop communities that not only deliver tangible benefits for our communities today, but maintain and enhance prospects for future generations. We provide housing that contributes to a more sustainable urban and social form, and therefore a more sustainable environmental footprint.

All Village Building residential developments include innovative designs and superior quality and safety standards. This occurs through meticulous and efficient design processes, a clear understanding of quality building materials, successful realisation of economies of scale and minimisation of waste.

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Products and Services


Construction, Design, Feasibility Studies, Project Management, Urban Renewal

Hours of Operation

Flexible Hours, Open Monday - Friday, Open Saturdays

Service Option

By Appointment, Delivery


Commercial, Industrial, Residential




Estates, Factories, Homes, Investment, Land, Offices, Villas




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Additional Locations

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  • Is it beneficial to buy off the plan?

    Buying off the plan gives you a considerable advantage to purchase your home at pre-construction prices. It also gives you time to save a larger deposit during the construction period and to select your own colour scheme. It is comforting to know your new home is just around the corner and your money is in your pocket.

  • What does buying off the plan mean?

    It means buying a property before it is actually built and sometimes before construction has even commenced. It can also apply to developments that are under construction. To select your home you are presented with a choice of house plans and a plan of the development site showing what blocks are available, as well as a list of inclusions and colour schemes. Sometimes you can inspect a display home which allows you to see the quality of fixtures and fittings.

  • What is conveyancing?

    Conveyancing is the legal transfer of property title from one person or entity to another and is performed by your solicitor or legal representative who will charge you a fee for this service.

  • What is Stamp duty?

    Stamp duty is a state government impost on the property purchase price. These duties are usually the largest add-on expense in a home loan transaction. Stamp duty exemptions or stamp duty concessions will vary from state to state, but if you are a first-home buyer or have purchased a home below the requisite threshold you may not have to pay stamp duty. Speak with both your legal and financial advisors to better understand stamp duty.

  • How much deposit do I need?

    The amount of deposit varies depending on your financial institution. At Village Building we require a deposit from as little as 5% of the purchase price on most of our properties, with the balance due on completion. Remember, by buying 'off the plan' you will have the opportunity to save a larger deposit before you move into your new home. Check with your bank to see what they offer to help you fulfill your dream.

  • What are strata fees and what do they include?

    Strata fees normally apply to properties that share the same block of land such as apartments. The fees are paid by all owners to cover the cost of management of the property. This includes the cost of building insurance (owners need to only arrange their individual contents insurance), common electricity, pest control, common water consumption, general cleaning and cleaning materials, maintenance and repairs of common areas, and common garden maintenance.

  • Do I have to be present at exchange of contracts or at the settlement of my purchase?

    No, the exchange of contracts will usually be arranged by either your real estate agent or your solicitor.

  • How do I find a suitable property to purchase?

    There are many different factors to consider and investigate when purchasing land or a new home. The size, type (eg. apartment, freestanding), location and price are some of the most important factors. Do you want to purchase a hassle free home and land package or purchase land only with a custom designed and built home? You may like to make a list of the requirements you would like and then conduct your own research using real estate websites and your local newspaper.