Williams Corporation was founded by Matthew William Horncastle and Blair William Chappell in 2012. The duo were friends growing up. However, they only started a business together because of an efficient connection and mindset that created high business productivity.
They previously owned, managed and closed several businesses prior to starting Williams Corporation. Their portfolio includes contract building, temporary fencing, waste management, solar panels, composite decking etc. before they found their niche in property development.
We have a vision to build better cities, and a more liveable country. We produce high-quality homes in existing suburbs, close to environments where people can live, work and play, perfect for homeowners and investors alike. With such a clear vision and purpose, we are quickly becoming one of the largest residential developers in New Zealand, with over 400 new homes being built in 2020.
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Williams Corporation now trades in the infill development space buying old homes that require redevelopment and replacing them with high-quality townhouses.
We are strongly driven by the values that we were founded on by Matthew & Blair. We will always conduct our business and property developments in a way that delivers on our vision of building a more liveable country. That means we are committed to:
We buy old homes that require redevelopment and replace them with beautiful high-quality townhouses. We know you’ll want a property that is going to stand the test of time, which is why innovative design and quality are paramount in our properties. Only the best products go into the construction, all from well-known reputable suppliers you can trust. When coupled with central city locations, your Williams Corporation property will be a valuable asset in years to come.
We will develop our cities with beautiful homes that are affordable to buy, affordable to live in and affordable to maintain.
Everyone that works towards it can buy the property they live in and property for investment, creating affordable homes for others. We want these people to become wealthy for themselves, their families and their communities. Our homes will be located where we can live work and play, creating happier and healthier communities that can focus on doing the things they love. Through stopping the sprawl of our population we can protect our natural environment and have it grow even better than we could imagine.
This all starts with the homes we create together.
Our relationships with contractors and customers are built on trust. Only through trust will we be able to achieve our vision of building a more liveable city. That means we do the little things well for both or contractors and customers. Like only using large reputable suppliers, paying all our contractor invoices on time each month, or setting up our homes with internet services so you can simply move in and start living! We also happily share our knowledge on property investment, through our expert property consultants and our popular Podcast “The Williams Project”
This approach is making us one of the largest and most trusted property developers in New Zealand.
Part of our vision to build a more liveable city is to enable our communities to thrive. So we are passionate about the communities we build our developments in and love to do our bit to support them. Whether it’s donations, environmental responsibility, or giving our time, we aim to enrich the communities we build in, and the lives of those that live there.
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