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Purchasing at Montego Hills

This guide gives helpful tips and information to guide your journey from purchasing land, through to moving in to Montego Hills

1.     Choosing a Legal Representative

Now that you have purchased land or a house and land package at Montego Hills, we encourage you to engage a legal representative who can provide information on the next steps and the settlement process.

If you require further information about the settlement process and choosing a legal representative, please contact the Montego Hills Sales & Information Centre.

2.     Choosing a builder

Villawood Properties works closely with Australia’s best builders to help deliver innovative solutions for our home buyers.  Visit our Partner Builders page to find the builder who best meets your needs, or for more inspiration visit the Montego Hills Sales & Information Centre.

Sales Office
Saturday to Wednesday 10:00am – 5:00pm
67 Upper Ormeau Road, Kingsholme

3.     Land Registration and Settlement

Most of the land at Montego Hills is sold off the plan, which means that you are able to secure your lot before the lot is built and serviced.  Settlement of your land is 14 days after registration of the stage in which your lot is located.  The Montego Hills Sales & Information Centre will be able to give approximate dates of title registration.  If you have purchased a lot which is already registered, the settlement terms will be as per your contract of sale.

4.     Keeping your lot neat and tidy

Each lot at Montego Hills has been cleaned by Villawood Properties’ Maintenance Team prior to settlement. It is the land owner’s responsibility to keep their own lot neat and tidy prior to and during the construction of your home. It is also your responsibility to keep your lot clear of excessive weeds and rubbish. Gold Coast City Council administers Local Laws relating to property maintenance.

For further information, please call 1300 694 222 or visit www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au.

5.     Design Covenant Approval

To ensure a quality residential environment and a cohesive finish for Montego Hills, Villawood Properties has developed a series of design covenants for the homes within this community. All homes at Montego Hills must comply with the design covenants which will be managed by the Montego Hills Design Panel (MHDP). The MHDP must approve plans in writing prior to the commencement of home construction. Please refer to the Design Covenants for further information, which can also be found in your contract of sale.

6.     Lot Pegs

Each lot at Montego Hills has been surveyed and lot pegs have been installed prior to settlement. Survey pegs can be identified by looking for a white timber stake 50mm by 50mm in each corner of your lot. These pegs will protrude out of the ground by approximately 2-3cm.

6.     Now that you are building your home at Montego Hills

Keeping your lot safe and tidy during construction

During the construction of your home, it is important to ensure that your building site is kept neat and tidy for you, your builders and the Montego Hills community. Key items to keep an eye on when you are building include:

  • Your building site is appropriately secure and abides by the requirements set out by the Gold Coast City Council
  • Rubbish is contained within your site in a secure and tidy manner at all times
  • Ensuring that the surrounding roads, lots or public places are not used for the storage or building materials or for access to your lot
  • Keeping the street and nature strip/verge clear of building materials and tidy at all times