Builder Start Right Homes goes into liquidation with dozens of unfinished projects

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Perth-based builder Start Right Homes has become the latest company to go into liquidation, with dozens of houses left unfinished.

The Osborne Park building company, which mainly constructed single-storey houses, appointed liquidators on Sunday.

According to Western Australia’s Building and Energy department, the company is yet to complete 24 projects.

Building and Energy executive director Peter Stewart said homeowners with incomplete or defective projects should contact QBE to discuss their home indemnity insurance policy.

“Home indemnity insurance provides financial protection for homeowners in situations such as the insolvency of their builder,” he said.

“Contacting the insurance provider enables homeowners to begin the process of engaging another registered builder to complete the work or managing other remedies they may be entitled to.”

Subcontractors should contact the appointed liquidator, Anthony Warner from CRS Insolvency Services.

Start Right Homes describes itself as “Perth’s specialists in architectural stylings”.

“Your one stop shop for innovation, custom designs and excellence,” the company says on social media.

On its LinkedIn page, the company also says it is a custom builder.

“Start Right Homes is a custom builder, focusing on the balance between architectural style and affordability, with a truly client-centric culture,” the description reads.

“If you’re a first homebuyer with up-market taste, looking for a family home you’ll love, or an investor wanting a house tenants will fight for, we are the right builder for you.”

The builder’s main website is no longer active.

NCA NewsWire is seeking comment from Start Right Homes.

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