Looking back at the building year of 2022
The team at Stroud Homes Auckland North, describe the building year of 2022 as “holding the line”, referring to the steep price hikes from suppliers and the flow-on effect it had on their customers.
But the year wasn’t all doom and gloom.
“Despite the current building environment and the challenges that have arisen, the main highlight is that we’ve managed to weather the adversity and heading into 2023, we’re in a strong position with several builds lined up and more to come.”
We chat with the team to find out how the year went and what’s in store for 2023.
We’ve seen two main areas that have come to the fore this year:
The first one is technology; SMART Homes have become quite the talking point and customers are looking at ways they can automate their homes and stay secure.
Sustainability has also been a hot topic and many customers want to know how they can make their home greener and have less impact on the environment.
This trend has slowed in 2022 but we’ve seen continued popularity for developments in Gulf Harbour, Milldale and Orewa.
We’ve got several fantastic builds in Mahurangi Heights, Snells Beach. The title has been a long time coming so it’s going to be great to finally be able to start our build program here.
For all the customers it’s been a trying time and they’ve been so patient; it’s going to be rewarding to be able to deliver these homes to this lovely group of customers.
We’re fully staffed, optimistic and looking forward to serving more new customers in 2023 and beyond.
We have several builds in the Mahurangi Heights subdivision in Snells Beach so looking forward to seeing the title issue early in the year so we can commence our build program.
The Auckland Home Show has two dates scheduled for 2023 in April and May and Stroud Homes Auckland North will be in attendance at both.
Lastly, we are looking forward to completing our show home in the final quarter of 2023 so watch this space!
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