It was the Tribeca 36 with Metro facade that we are going with.
|The Floor Plan|
We made our appointment with one of Metricon's sales consultant at Kellyville Ridge display center but we were late getting there as my son had a stomach bug and was throwing up during the trip.
After nearly 1 hour late for our appointment, we finally arrived. We verified all the standard inclusion list again; did a walkthrough of the house as we didn't do that the first time; and finally we also wanted to confirm that we are getting an extension to our tender expiry period as our land is not going to be registered until December 2010.
Our sales consultant made a call to his manager to confirm the availability of the manager sale and confirmed that we'll definitely secure our tender price for 240 days. The default tender expiry period is 150 days and that will only get us until October of this year in which it will not work for us. So having 240 days for the tender expiry days will help us quite a lot as Metricon charges 0.5% of the total value of contract price per month if we don't go into construction within 150 days.
Some may think, why did we sign the request for tender on this day and not wait until at least our land is registered? Well the answer is, Metricon will have their prices increased by at least $10k on the Monday 24th May. By putting in the deposit on this day, it will guarantee us today's price and not having to deal with the price increase. Also one of their promotion package which is called the Reflection Package, and this package will get us most of the stuff that we wanted, was going to finish at the end of the month. The promotion was the main factor that we decided to sign up on this day really.
Maybe they tricked us into it or it could probably be a sales pitch to put some pressure on us. Having said that and knowing the facts, at the end of the day, we were quite happy with our decision. :)
One step closer to owning a brand new home!