If buying your new Avant home wasn’t exciting enough, you can enjoy exclusive access to our customer rewards scheme and enjoy benefits and discounts from a host of retailers in leisure, cosmetics, eating out, electronics, hotels and much more!
To enjoy Avant Perx you will need to sign up on the Perx website using your unique access code.
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Perx is a benefit for Avant customers available for 12 months post date of completion. Perx is provided by a third party provider, Perx Rewards, which is not part of Avant Homes. Avant do not share your data with any third parties. Therefore access to Perx is subject to signing up directly on the Avant Perx website and acceptance of the terms and conditions outlined on this site. Avant Homes to not accept any responsibility or liability for services provided by Perx Rewards.
By choosing Avant, you’re already heading in the right direction towards owning a new home like no other. Here’s a step-by-step guide through this exciting journey.
We endeavour to provide a first class service in every respect; this includes the procedures and information you’ll need to know at every step of your purchasing journey.
To us, treating customers fairly and providing them with honest and reliable information has always been an inherent part of our service. However, not all builders have always been of the same mind set.
Which is why the Consumer Code is a standard of practice that came into force on the 1st April 2010. It sets mandatory requirements that all Home Builders must meet in their marketing and selling of Homes and their after-sales customer service. The Code applies to all Home Buyers and Homes.
are treated fairly
know what service levels to expect
are given reliable information upon which to make their decisions
know how to access speedy, low-cost dispute resolution arrangements if they are dissatisfied.
The Home Warranty Bodies have agreed to require all their registered builders to adopt and comply with the Code as a condition of their registration. Where a Home Builder is found to be in serious breach of the Code, Home Warranty Bodies can apply a range of sanctions, including removal from the Home Warranty Body’s register and exclusion from all registers run by other Home Warranty Bodies that participate in the Code scheme.
Home Buyers who think they have a dispute because a Home Builder has failed to meet the requirements of the Code may refer their dispute to the independent Dispute Resolution Scheme. Surveys will be carried out to check how well the Code is working and measure consumer satisfaction. In carrying out the surveys, the relevant sections of the Data Protection Act will be complied with.
To establish how well the Consumer Code is being applied, or whether it needs to be amended or updated, there may also be:
The Consumer Code for Home Builders has its very own website, with detailed information on all aspects of the code.
For more information, download the Consumer Code for Home Builders Scheme here.