“I was born and grew up in Casablanca Morrocco. I studied hotel management in Switzerland where I lived for a couple of years and then worked in the hotel & restaurant industry whilst travelling a lot.”
“My first trip to Australia was a surf trip! I loved it and came back to live here. I then studied Law at Bond University and practiced as a solicitor specialising in franchising before joining Homecorp. Ron and I met 20 years ago socially and I commenced my journey with Homecorp in 2007.”
“Back then, the team was comprised of only four people; and I was involved in all aspects of the business from acquisitions to sales, to legals and administration. The rest is now history and Homecorp is fast becoming an icon in the development and construction industry!”
Marc Fritzsche – Executive Director
As development experts, we have the capacity to undertake a diverse range of projects within the industry.
Homecorp maintains the right balance of process, speed, and safety through governance structures across our project delivery process.
Excellent governance is the foundation of our collective success. Our strategic disciplines of Safety, Commercial Management, Project Management, and Sustainability support the functions of Design, Documentation, Planning, Approval, Construction, Handover, and After Care.
Homecorp is owned by Prime Life Technologies. Prime Life Technologies seeks to enhance lives by challenging the status quo through homes, construction, and community creation.
Our vision is to develop communities of the future where people belong. Homecorp is proud to be developing homes and communities of the future.
Built into our DNA is a deep entrepreneurial spirit of performance beyond expectations. Our commitment to this has been recognised through a range of awards.
Our display home in Palmview, Hamilton 28, won the $350,000-$450,000 Display Home
Our Palmview display home, Hamilton 28, won the 2021 $350,000-$450,000 Display Home
Our display home in Yarrabilba, Edison 26, won the $350,001- $500,000 Display Home
Our Hudson 23 & Elliston 24 at Pimpama Village were finalists in the $300,001-$400,000 Display Home