Developing and Investing

When Building you need to be able to trust your builder. Our Business is built on providing our professional experience to individuals looking to create wealth through Building & Construction.

Effective Building & Construction are always looking for strong investors who are looking for great returns.

If you would like to become an investor, we will keep you notified throughout the different stages during the construction, from design to completion of construction during the handover defects liability period.

Our strong relationships we have with various property agents, whom go through comprehensive analysis to ensure each project we construct, meet the required criteria prior to the completion of design and any local Council Submissions help our company in achieving our desired goals.

These agents will then distribute throughout their national network of business partners – this gives us a large network of investors and enables them to move stock quickly helping the company to achieve sales in a timely manner.

If you have a property that you are considering developing or if you have already decided to take that step then please contact us today for further information and advice on how we can help you achieve your desired goals. Alternatively you can contact us via our online form and once the form is received our team will then be in contact with you within 2 working days to further discuss your property or proposal.

Builders for developments and investments

Pre-Construction Investments

Buying property with minimal cost and selling prior to completion. The Bonus is the sale at the time which will be sold prior to full settlement.

Pre-construction investing has made millionaires out of ordinary people due to the low risk, low cost and minimal effort and skill involved.

Many investors are choosing “off the plan” investment properties which only require a 10% deposit; which should remain in a solicitor’s trust account and not be accessible by the developer until project completion.

There is typically no more to pay, other than the 10% deposit, until the project is fully complete and ready to occupy. All contracts, once prepared are sent to the purchaser’s solicitor. They in turn review the contract, suggest and negotiate any changes which they may feel are necessary and in your best interest and then forward the edited contract to you, with their covering notes.