Building a New Home for a New Life in New England

Those looking for a new start, tree change in a new home would have a lot to gain by learning more about the New England region of New South Wales.  New England is truly a region of diverse contrasts.  Despite the fact the area doesn’t have any clearly defined boundaries, most people accept the area between the Northern Tablelands and North West Slopes and Plains as encompassing the region.  Armidale and Tamworth are arguably the best-known towns in the region and two of the most populous.

Regarded by some as the “true Australian experience”, this could well be the place for you to build a new home.

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The Pros and Cons of Buying Land Now and Building Later

Many buyers trying to enter the property market in a specific location may choose to secure land months or even years before they plan to build on it. When the right site becomes available in the right location, buying land before you can afford to build can ensure you don’t miss out and shield yourself from rising land values, especially if there is limited supply where you want to live. There are some potential risks and things byers should consider if using this strategy, and we explain them below. Continue reading

How a New Home Will Change Your Life

We cater especially to first home buyers here at Dixon Homes and there’s nothing we love more than seeing the joy on our customer’s faces when we finally hand over keys to their dream home. Whether it’s a new home in Stanthorpe or across Australia, our new homes transform lives and represent a significant milestone for couples as they embark on a new life chapter. We don’t just think new homes change lives; we know first-hand they do. Here are some reasons why: Continue reading

House and Land Darling Downs

The Darling Downs is a region in Southern Queensland that sits on the boarder of NSW, a beautiful landscape dominated by rolling hills. The local economy is largely farming, supporting a diverse range of agriculture and horticulture. The fertile soils grow a number of vegetables and other crops such as wheat, cotton and barley. Farming is the backbone of the industry in this region, although there are also a range of national parks that draws a large number of tourists to the area. Continue reading