When embarking on a house and land build, your land will either be titled or untitled. The build process can only start once your land is titled. Let’s look at the process to get untitled and titled land ready to commence building.
If you’ve bought land based on a masterplan from a developer, there has been no previous owner for that land parcel. Your land is classed as ‘untitled’ – meaning there is no land title. There will not yet be services such as sewage and power to the block.
Your local council issues land titles, and they will provide an estimated date for when your title will be granted.
Steps required once land is titled:
When can your build commence?
Our ability to access the site and commence building depends on your finance approval being granted, your settlement and your contract deposit being received. If everything is in order, we can usually get on site between six to eight weeks from the titles being released. To avoid unnecessary delays, ensure you are on time with all requested documents and payments.