Planning

The steps to a dream home

It is our fundamental principle that, for a house construction, a good mutual trust, with an open exchange of opinions, between the client and our team, is of great importance.

The plot

This stage already begins with the property’s choice of location. Above all, what is of concern here is to correctly comprehend, on a mutual basis, the potential of a plot, with regard to structural possibilities. There are concrete examples: The Hanseatische Gesellschaft Hamburg has already implemented the concept of the modern designer-villa, most notably, on its fully developed building plots in the exclusive residential park of Monte Olimpo, in Javea, on the northern Costa Blanca, where approximately 25 villas have already been built. Anyone who does not find this location appealing, may also build their villa with us in another spot, though good building plots in the Javea and Moraira area are, presently, extremely rare.

House design

It is very important to be aware of a client’s accommodation requirements before concerning ourselves with floor-plan layout. For example, recreational activities, the number of future occupants, the family composition or intended rentals can all play a part. The resulting devised floor-plan must now be brought into line with the designer study of the villa. Our team will be there by your side with creativity and professionalism. Costs will also be included in this creative phase, and, at the same time, adherence to building regulations will, of course, be taken into account.

Purchase completion

You will always be on the safe side with us; when the floor-plan has been devised, you will be presented with a three dimensional perspective of the villa, in order that, from the outset, you will know exactly how your home will look. Following complete preparation of all documentation and the aforementioned 3D-model, you will receive, from us, a fully-inclusive price for the entire house building project, inclusive of exterior areas. The purchase will be finalized in a privately composed purchase contract. On conclusion of the contract ten per cent of the purchase sum will be due, following which, the plot will be legally registered in the buyer’s name in the land register.

Further payments will follow as construction progresses, although respective amounts will only be due following completion of a specific construction phase.