DE­SIGNS FOR EV­ERY BUYER

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Or­a­cle Plat­inum Homes is on the move, says di­rec­tor Tom Orel.

With dis­play homes in some of south­east Queens­land’s largest growth ar­eas such as Yarra­bilba and Pim­pama, the com­pany has launched into the sec­ond half of 2017 with a plan for ma­jor growth.

Hav­ing just opened a dis­play home in Aura on the Sun­shine Coast and up­com­ing dis­plays in Flag­stone, Pal­lara, Spring­field Rise and Kil­lara, it is set­ting it­self up for a big fin­ish to the year and a plan to be a big mover next year.

Or­a­cle Plat­inum Homes, with a head of­fice at Un­der­wood, is cur­rently run­ning a pro­mo­tion which of­fers $5000 off for se­lect­ing a stan­dard Or­a­cle de­sign with no de­sign mod­i­fi­ca­tions.

“With more than 50 de­signs on our port­fo­lio, we think we have a de­sign for ev­ery buyer and we want to of­fer an in­cen­tive to peo­ple who se­lect a stan­dard de­sign,” Or­a­cle Queens­land sales man­ager, Brad Richard­son, said.

“We can give you the best of both worlds; se­lect one of our de­signs, keep it stan­dard and we will give you $5000 off, or take one of our stan­dard homes, make the mod­i­fi­ca­tions to make it your own and we will not charge any ad­di­tional fees for the cus­tomi­sa­tion.

“We have re­cently de­vel­oped four new de­signs in con­junc­tion with our de­sign team, de­signs that suit even the most chal­leng­ing of lots while still of­fer­ing a fan­tas­tic so­lu­tion for home­own­ers or in­vestors alike.”

Mr Richard­son said as with Or­a­cle Plat­inum Homes’ pre­vi­ous pro­mo­tions, the com­pany had tried to give its clients op­tions and choice, know­ing that clients val­ued the abil­ity to make things their own.

“With block sizes chang­ing and de­vel­op­ers of­ten pro­duc­ing dif­fi­cult lots we can give our clients the flex­i­bil­ity to find a de­sign that ticks all the boxes, be it in its stan­dard form or with mod­i­fi­ca­tions,” Mr Richard­son said.

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