Would you like a Zoom meeting? Let’s talk about your new home!
Because of the nation-wide lockdown happening in New Zealand in an attempt to slow down the spread of COVID-19, Stroud Homes has been forced to close its doors.
But that doesn’t mean you’ll have to put your home dreams on hold.
With today’s modern technology so much planning, research, buying, selling & ‘life in general’ can be done online. With video calling, zoom meetings, Facebook calling etc, social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t still plan and build your new home!
These are unprecedented times and all of us are presented with new challenges in our daily life.
But with more people staying in, now can also be a good time to start thinking about your new dream home.
Now you have time as a family to sit down and discuss what’s no longer working for you and where you want to see yourselves in the future.
At Stroud Homes Auckland South, we may be paused on site but we are still available to all our existing and future clients. We are still working every day so don’t hesitate in making contact virtually.
We have now made it easy for our clients to join us in a zoom meeting and discuss your future home. Zoom also allows us to browse a selection of plans from our range of over 120 designs to find the right plan for your land, family and budget.
Connect with us here:Craig Shorrock Zoom contact
You can also browse our many house and land packages in Greenhithe and Flat Bush that we have available and are being regularly updated and added to.
In addition to our many affordable packages, we also have many contacts in the Real Estate industry to be able to help you find a section in the neighbourhood you are interested in.
As the impact of COVID-19 is felt across Australia it is reassuring to know that Stroud Homes is well equipped to continue to meet the new home building needs of new and existing customers.
On Monday 20 April the government is going to announce when Stroud Homes can start back on site.
Stroud Homes Auckland South builder Craig Shorrock anticipates that him and the team will be allowed back on site on either Thursday 23 or Tuesday 28 April, being the day after the Anzac day holiday.