Owner Builder NSW
Hello Owner Builder in NSW 🙂
Welcome to The Owner Builder Club – here to simplify the process for you.
But where to begin?
Is owner building even for you?
If you're at the very early stage, it's a good idea to really think through whether or not owner building is for you:
- can you afford it?
- do you need finance?
- how does finance work for owner building?
- do you have the time?
- how about the skills?
If you need help answering these questions, CLICK HERE to find out more about our short online course that by the end, will have you going confidently in the right direction for YOU.
How does one start an owner builder project?
This is where we've really done the work for you and developed a comprehensive checklist of all the preliminary steps required to get you to the build.
CLICK HERE to find out more!
Do you need an owner builder permit?
In NSW, if the value of the work is over $10,000 then yes, you need an owner builder permit and that means doing the state government required course.
Where to do your owner builder permit course?
More great news! The research has been done for you. We critiqued 12 owner builder course providers across Australia and are super confident to recommend Absolute Education.
ITCHING TO GET THE PERMIT COURSE DONE?
Simply click on ‘Get Started' below, complete a few basic details and either the lovely Gemma or Peter will complete the pieces of the puzzle for you.
NOTE: The OB Course cost is $185.00 payable when you pass (psst, everyone passes!).
Let them know we sent you by entering the code, OBC, at Step 4 in the registration process 🙂
MORE ABOUT THE WHITE CARD:
Due to changes in legislation made on the 19th July 2019 by WorkSafe WA in conjunction with Safework NSW means you're no longer eligible to complete your White Card course online (only possible in WA).
If you go with another provider, please make sure whoever you go with is NOT offering the course online. Seriously, it's illegal.
A LITTLE EXTRA…
If you're at the start of the process, we highly recommend you contact your local Council planning office (see link below).
To find more state government info – click here.
To find your local Council – click here.