Volume 1, Issue 1 2013 January 2013
Welcome back to 2013 A year of predicted growth for Wagga Wagga Starting with Lloyd West!
The Best decisions made are informed ones – Don’t assume anything. Always Ask! Peter WINNER Hurst – Director
So many opportunities
FOR SALE! THIS UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY WILL NOT LAST NEW DISPLAY HOME – FOR SALE & LEASEBACK 7% GROSS ON PURCHASE PRICE (UNDER CONSTRUCTION) LOT 2 WATSON BOULEVARDE LLOYD WEST
ALSO CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
To make it your own, so
Let’s explore the possibilities!
LLOYD WEST LOT 17 – UNDER CONTRACT LLOYD WEST LOT 18 – UNDER CONTRACT LLOYD WEST LOT 3 – READY NOW FOR YOUR NEW HURST HOME LLOYD WEST LOT 4 – READY NOW FOR YOUR NEW HURST HOME LLOYD WEST LOT 21 – READY NOW FOR YOUR NEW HURST HOME LLOYD WEST LOT 22 – READY NOW FOR YOUR NEW HURST HOME LLOYD WEST LOT 30 – READY NOW FOR YOUR NEW HURST HOME
Contact Peter and Debbie today! Visit our website to review currently available plans and layouts Contact our office on 0269 21 88 99 Or Come in and visit us at the office 5/17-25 Lake Road, Wagga Wagga
Quirky Cleaning Tip No 1...
Quirky Cleaning Tip No 2...
Quirky Cleaning Tip No 3...
Why did everything at Christmas come with a sticky label?
Why does the mirror never stay clean? Quick grab the rainex!
Left over Vodka from Christmas? I think not! But here is a tip anyhow!
Speaking of stickers, need to remove a sticker easily from new dishes or toys?
Did you know using rainex on your shower doors and mirrors, means the steam beads and the dirt doesn’t stick?
Vodka can be used to remove wine and imbedded stains from Linen.
Use a blow dryer, reheat the adhesive and watch it just peel away. Works much better than getting wet and scrubbing for 20 minutes
So pop out to the Garage or Shed and borrow the rainex for a longer clean!
Place paper towelling under the garment and dab the vodka (don’t waste it!) onto the stain, allow it to sit and then rinse clean.
in the sink.
The Money Tree ~ What’s on in finance that applies to you?
Interest Rates stay on hold for February 2013 Statement by Glenn Stevens, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 3.0 per cent. Global growth is forecast to be a little below average for a time, but the downside risks appear to have abated, for the moment at least. The United States has so far avoided a severe fiscal contraction and financial strains in Europe have lessened considerably over recent months. Growth in China has stabilised at a fairly robust pace. Around Asia generally, growth was dampened by the earlier slowing in China and the weakness in Europe, but again there are signs recently of stabilisation. Some commodity prices have firmed over recent months. Sentiment in financial markets has continued to improve, with risk spreads narrowing and funding conditions for financial institutions becoming more favourable. Long-term interest rates faced by highly rated sovereigns, including Australia, remain at exceptionally low levels. Borrowing conditions for large corporations are very attractive. Share prices have made further gains. However, the task of putting private and public finances on sustainable paths in several major countries is far from complete and, accordingly, financial markets remain vulnerable to setbacks in these areas. The Board's view is that with inflation likely to be consistent with the target, and with growth likely to be a little below trend over the coming year, an accommodative stance of monetary policy is appropriate. The inflation outlook, as assessed at present, would afford scope to ease policy further, should that be necessary to support demand. At today's meeting, taking into account the flow of recent information and noting that there had been a substantial easing of policy as a result of previous decisions, the Board judged that it was prudent to leave the cash rate unchanged. The Board will continue to assess the outlook and adjust policy as needed to foster sustainable growth in demand and inflation outcomes consistent with the target over time.
RBA pressures banks to pass on full rate cuts Source: Staff Writer (Business Spectator) The decision by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) to hold interest rates at its first meeting of 2013 came with a warning to banks that they should be able to pass on more of any future rate cuts to their customers. The issue has been a contentious one as banks have passed on only parts of most recent rate cuts, citing rising funding costs on their part. But the central bank said that “funding conditions for financial institutions (had become) more favourable”, suggesting it was sending a warning to banks that there would be a greater onus on them to pass on the full share of any future cuts. The Australian added that following the RBA decision to hold rates, financial markets were pricing in a 52 per cent probability of a rate cut next month.
Building Tips...... Make sure all your services are included when building before going to contract avoid those dreaded extras Keep your colour schemes neutral to appeal to the greater market when re-selling
What 2013 has to offer! 2013 Starts with the construction of our new Display Home, With just 8 weeks till opening its full steam ahead to make this a Home to remember!
Get annual termite inspections on your home to keep it safe
Selection Centre Hurst homes have their own unique selection centre on the premises in Lake Albert Road. Our selection centre features products and samples from our various local suppliers and if we don't have something we are more than happy to accompany you to our supplier to check it out!
Stay tuned for updates and photos on our website www.hursthomes.com.au & facebook site www.facebook.com/HURST.HOMES as construction nears its final stages!
Inclusions & Options Hurst Homes offer every home purchaser a range of inclusions - from the extensive Standard inclusions through to Greensmart inclusions. A guaranteed Standard range of inclusions means you will have everything listed on the right. Our list of inclusions are comprehensive and are ready for you to move in!
2012 Interest Rate Review
Watch this space!
Your input into what we do?
What’s on for us in 2013?
We aim to please, and find that potential customers are always quick to ask their friends for their feedback before making the big decisions... such as building a home!
Peter and Debbie will be attending the National Awards after their recent success at the HIA ACT & Southern NSW Housing awards in Canberra at the National Convention Centre.
We would love to hear from those that have built with us, your reviews and feedback shape our business and its future! So pop us an email or give us a call!
Bringing home the HIA ACT & Southern NSW Outdoor project of the year!
Supplier Quote for January 2013 Working in the building industry, you see all schools of life and business. It is a pleasure to work with Professionals such as Hurst Homes. They have a true passion for the business and their ability to organise and support each Home builder and supplier is second to none. Look forward to 2013 and the possibilities it brings. Anon – Indoor Supplies specialist
January 2013 - Feature Portfolio
149 Brooklyn Drive Hilltop Our brand new display home is also for sale. With its perfectly appointed features and impressive design concepts, it won’t last long! Flawless finishes and quality workmanship guarantee satisfaction throughout the entire 272.8m2 of living space. This home boasts 4 bedrooms, with a rumpus room off 3 rooms (perfect for children!) and a private courtyard to the master bedroom. The spacious open plan design is complimented by modern appliances and light filled areas, including a living & dining area, sitting room and study nook. With a large 27.3m2 alfresco area, this home will delight entertainers with a built in BBQ and seating.
Call today to discuss purchasing this brilliant home! 0438692962
Call today to discuss purchasing this brilliant home! 0438692962