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2020-01-20 Industry News
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Home Giveaway makes Breakfast Show History!

Satterley and Simonds Homes have teamed up with Nine’s TODAY show to give first homebuyers across the country the chance to win a home valued at over $600,000 in Satterley’s popular Botanical Estate, in Mickleham, Melbourne.

Launched today on Nine’s breakfast show live from the Australian Open, this home giveaway is the biggest in Australian breakfast show history.

Satterley Chief Executive Nigel Satterley said this would give one lucky first homebuyer the opportunity to own their first home and live mortgage-free.

“Some people work their entire lives saving for the great Australian dream of owning their own home. We are proud to partner with a quality homebuilder like Simonds Homes to provide this opportunity in one of the most sought-after communities in Melbourne”, said Mr Satterley.

“Mickleham is one of Melbourne’s most popular first homebuyer suburbs and is a great place to both live and invest”, he added.

Satterley's Botanical estate in Mickleham is a popular choice for first home buyers!

Simonds Chief Executive and Managing Director Kelvin Ryan said Simonds was thrilled to be partnering with Satterley and TODAY.

“We know that home ownership is a foundation for most families and securing that first deposit has been out of reach for too many families in the past. This promotion means we can set a new future for one lucky family and during the promotion, and we hope to encourage thousands of Australians to reconsider home ownership, especially in light of the many support programs to bridge that deposit gap,” said Mr Ryan.

He continued, “this brand new three-bedroom, two-bathroom home would make any first home buyer proud with it’s formal entry, free form living, alfresco and lots of luxury finishes. It will also be fully landscaped.”

This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home could be yours!

The home will be walking distance from a planned neighbourhood park, and close to the planned shopping village and sporting oval within Botanical.

Once complete, Botanical will be a thriving masterplanned community nestled amongst more than 30 hectares of planned open spaces and parks, and planned shopping village, sports oval and convenience store.

To enter, first homebuyers must upload a 30-second video explaining why they deserve to win. Ten lucky finalists will travel to the Simonds home in Satterley’s Botanical Estate in Melbourne for the live draw on 3 April 2020.

More information can be found on the competition page:

Satterley is Australia’s largest private residential land developer operating in Western Australia, Victoria and South East Queensland. This year marks Satterley’s 40th year creating award-winning communities that more than 250,000 residents call home.

Simonds Homes was built on the notion that every Australian deserves to own their own home. Since 1949, Simonds Homes has developed an enviable reputation as one of Australia's leading home builders that more than 50,000 Australians have trusted to bring their new home to life.

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