We’re always looking for new Franchise partners.
Cambridge Homes has been operating for 21 years. Directors Peter and Tim Santner are second generation builders and experienced franchisors.
They are proud of their father and the pearls of wisdom and values he instilled in them.
Peter and Tim have selected a great team of highly talented individual franchise owners to uphold their core beliefs and values, their pride and passion for building beautiful, premium homes and taking their clients through every step of the process is as present today as it was 60 years ago.
We are offering driven and motivated people the opportunity to become involved in our business through a franchisee role. We have a carefully thought out franchisee package available for you to look at and discuss. We operate throughout New Zealand, building quality homes backed by our strong brand, our quality suppliers and excellent processes.
“I can say without a shadow of a doubt that Cambridge Homes has more than exceeded my expectations,’ says Mike Lough, Auckland Franchise owner. ‘The rewards are fantastic and, as a big bonus, it’s the most fun business on a daily basis I’ve ever owned!”
Cambridge Homes offers a training programme and business coaching, as well as day to day support and advice.
Start with an established brand with a great reputation for quality across the country.
Our strong set of systems are ready for anyone to step into and become part of our Cambridge Homes family.
Call Tim on 021 409 763 or email email@example.com to make an appointment or for an informal chat.
FRANCHISES FOR SALE
Cambridge Homes Bay of Plenty have been undertaking builds in the Coromandel for the past 7 years.
Recently we have been given the opportunity to market and build in the Opito Sands development for which we have several contracts underway. We also have a pipeline of leads from Whitianga to Cooks Beach, Coromandel, Whangamata and Pauanui.
We are looking for someone in the area with get up and go who has previous experience in the building industry.
If this sounds like you, get in touch as this opportunity won’t be around for long.
The Cambridge Homes Central Franchise has been operating for several years under it’s most recent owners who have decided to concentrate on operating their Cambridge Homes Hawke’s Bay Franchise.
As such we are now looking for a new operator with great drive and determination.
The great thing about having already been operating in the Taupo area for the past 3 years, is that we already have a presence in the area, as well as great relationships with both national and local suppliers.
Although it is being sold as a new business, it will capitalise on the marketing, showhome and projects previously completed by the current operators.
We have not previously operated a franchise in the Taranaki region so this opportunity is not to be missed.
From Fonterra to Natural Gas, Methanex to Mainland and Silver Fern Farms, Taranaki has abundance of job opportunities for those living in and looking to move to the area. This has lead many Aucklanders to leave and venture to the west where building a home is so much more affordable.
We have many contacts in the area and have already established a group of suppliers and tradesman ready to build for Cambridge Homes Taranaki. We are in discussions with several developers and opportunities are looking great for the 2021-2022 period.
The Cambridge Homes Canterbury Franchise has been operating for a couple of years under it’s most recent owners who have now moved on, so the company is looking for a new operator with get-up and go.
The great thing about having already been operating in the Canterbury area for the past 2 years, is that we already have a presence there, as well as great relationships with both national and local suppliers.
Although it is being sold as a new business, it will capitalise on the marketing and projects previously completed by the preceding operators.
ChristchurchNZ says the city is being seen as a more desirable place to live thanks to a greater awareness of its liveliness and comparatively affordable housing.
From information collected by Research First for ChristchurchNZ from September 4th to November 8th 2020, as part of an ongoing data project. It surveyed 1120 people. Of those, 752 lived outside of Christchurch.
The study found 20 per cent were open to relocating to the city. This is a leap from 15 per cent in the last survey which was conducted in the middle of the year.
This was especially true of “target migrants” – those under age 40 and earning more than $60,000 a year.
Of this group, 27 per cent were open to moving to Christchurch, compared to 14 per cent in the previous survey.