Home Builder Northern Suburbs

If you are looking for a Home Builder in the Northern Suburbs then look no further than Brad The Builder.

With over 30 years experience in the building industry and servicing clients in the Northern Suburbs of Sydney as well as the surrounding suburbs, Brad the Builder offers affordable Homes at $1200 per sqm.

Brad the Builder is always willing to help, all you need to do is ask by calling and arrange for a preliminary on site consultation at your convenience.

With a fully qualified team including our in house Architect, Brad the Builder specialises in the domestic market, building new homes and town houses in the Northern Suburbs of Sydney.

Brad the Builder takes the time to listen and work with you to ensure that your home building vision is captured and ultimately making your dream, a reality.

Home Builder Hills District

If you are looking for a Home Builder in the Hills District then look no further than Brad The Builder.

With over 30 years experience in the building industry and servicing clients in the Hills District of Sydney as well as the surrounding suburbs, Brad the Builder offers affordable Homes at $1200 per sqm.

Brad the Builder is always willing to help, all you need to do is ask by calling and arrange for a preliminary on site consultation at your convenience.

With a fully qualified team including our in house Architect, Brad the Builder specialises in the domestic market, building new homes and town houses in the Hills District.

Brad the Builder takes the time to listen and work with you to ensure that your home building vision is captured and ultimately making your dream, a reality.

RBA cuts rate in first announcement of year

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has today announced it is lowering the cash rate by 25 basis points to 2.25 per cent.

Trade deficit shrinks, building approvals fall

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Broken Hill solar farm on track

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Gold Coast apartment owners fear $2m bill to fix dodgy building work

Apartment owners in a Gold Coast high-rise say shoddy construction work could leave them up to $2 million out of pocket.

Price gap fuels unit demand

Demand for attached housing is partly driven by the widening price gap between capital city houses and units prices according to one analyst.

Renovations not on the radar

According to a study commissioned by financial comparison site Finder.com.au, Australian homeowners are dodging renovations funded by the equity in their mortgage because it’s just too difficult.