To Fully Appreciate Your New Home, You Must See it for Yourself
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27 June 2014
As we all know, nobody would buy a car without inspecting and driving it, yet amazingly some people are willing to commit to a new kit home, unseen, from a website or brochure.
A floor plan, price and a list of inclusions cannot be enough to make an informed decision from. If you’re spending up to $150,000, you need to see, touch and walk through a completed home.
Some people are accustomed to shopping from catalogues or the internet to save themselves the journey into the city, but this isn’t really adequate for the purchase of what may become your biggest financial asset.
Paal Kit Homes, at Emu Plains west of Sydney, ensure the trip into town is rewarding by showing fully furnished houses, equipped with the latest fixtures and styling touches, at their home display centre.
The exciting experience of walking through your home-to-be is something that even our virtual website tours can’t fully capture.
You’ll be impressed by the boundless living space, generous high ceilings, clean contemporary finishes, and luxury fittings and appliances.
If you do decide to go ahead with your new Paal home, they’ll show their appreciation for the commitment by fully reimbursing your airfare, accommodation and car hire for the journey.
Not all kit homes are equal!
Be a wise homebuyer and make the decision to see for yourself.
You’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Paal’s display centre at Emu Plains, NSW is open 7 days.Back to Blog