Update from ANSA Homes regarding COVID-19

1. What is a Provisional Allowance?

The Basics

A Provisional Allowance is exactly that, an allowance that can increase or decrease subject to a certain circumstance. Therefore a Provisional Allowance is the opposite definition of Fixed Price.

In the building world, there are certain elements that cannot be fixed and hence provisional allowances are ok to have. Examples include: traffic management, rock excavation, easement encasement works, onsite detention system, rain garden, privacy screens as requested by council, etc…

Items that categorically cannot be provisional allowances include but not limited to: tiger tails due to overhead power lines, basix, drop edge beams, piering, etc…

So what does a provisional allowance to a builder? A Provisional Allowance is an opportunity to charge the client more later.

At ANSA Homes, we do our homework upfront, ensuring all investigative works are done first so you are not hit with hidden costs later.

We believe that as the building professionals, we have the responsibility to protect you and provide you with certainty of price. At ANSA Homes we believe in telling you everything upfront before you are committed by a substantial amount of money.

Your price can be fixed (if there are no legitimate provisional allowances) if you know everything upfront. Why be surprised later when you could be given true certainty of pricing?

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2. How long is it going to take to build?

Building your home can be both an exciting and stressful journey. There are so many stages that influence your building process so it’s really important to understand what they are and how long each of them take?
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3. The 4P's When Choosing Your Builder

Choosing the right builder can be daunting and difficult. Simplify your selection and be confident in making the right decision by addressing the 4P's - product, people, process and price.
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4. Getting Finance

Getting finance to build your home can be quite stressful. One of the reasons for this anxiety is that most people think that getting pre-approval guarantees them the funds to build their home.
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5. How to Choose a Builder

When you decide to build a house, there are three major considerations outside of price. Most people look solely at the price but other factors such as the quality, process and the service builders provide in order to construct your house.
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