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Sun, cricket and memories. These three words perfectly sum up the launch of HomeWorld’s latest exhibition village at Marsden Park – and Team Mobi was there to take it all in, including the Drone services team who provided aerial view mapping where standard Google Maps were unusable.


Officially opening on October 25, the display village is one of the latest in the country and definitely lived up to the hype.

The new village features homes designed to suit Sydney’s low-rise medium-density housing trend as well as the most in-demand lot sizes for the city’s major growth corridors.

A number of reputable people and organisations attended, including HomeWorld Chairman Mike Scott, Trudi the Director or Marketing for the HomeWorld Group of Companies and HomeWorld CEO Phil Jones who said:

“Having competing home builders all on site is also an efficient and effective way for people to compare options and find the right home at the right price.”

An even greater surprise was the presence of a number of cricket players from around the world, including Fiji, Nepal and India, who joined the day’s festivities.

HomeWorld is a key partner of the W-BBL and BBL Sydney Thunder teams season is currently underway.

A highlight of the day had to be Mobiddiction’s Mike Vasavada getting a photo with Aussie cricketer Chris Green, who at 6ft 4” definitely towered over the company’s director.

Technology is fast becoming a major consideration when it comes to building homes, and especially when thinking of ways to incorporate smart devices. Builders also have a lot of catching up to do when it comes to embedding digital solutions, especially into the construction of new homes.

There is no denying the power of connected homes and smart devices. Whether it be smart microwaves, remote temperature control or feeding your pets when you’re away – smart homes are going to be top of mind for premium builders looking to offer the latest innovations in home ownership.

Of course these ‘smart homes’ don’t come without risks which we’ve discussed before, but essentially they are going to become the new bricks and mortar.

Mobiddiction is also working on expanding our tech offering to include new Drone services for areas which are outside of the standard Google Maps areas.

The rest of the day at the HomeWorld Marsden Park display village launch was spent wandering around the village and getting a good look at the diverse range of homes with new options for different lot sizes, inter-generational homes and the latest in sustainable living.

Mobi Director Mike is also HomeWorld customer and had his house built by Rawson Homes, who are currently onsite at the Marsden Park Display village.

HomeWorld is Australia’s biggest and most established display home company and Mobiddiction looks forward to growing our partnership over the years to come.

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