Hot Property of the Week Upper Coomera Queensland
Written on the 23 September 2016 by James Cagney
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Sought after location, Great views - Now Priced to Sell!
4 Bed: 2 Bathroom: Double Garage: Open Plan Kitchen & Dining; Separate lounge; Large Block 644 sq.m
This is an elevated four bedroom newly established home in a quiet cul-de-sac and ideal for families. Close to private and state schools, kindys, and a large shopping precinct. Only 50 meters from a park, 5 minutes to the M1 motorway and 12 minutes to the Coomera train station. Ideal if you work in Brisbane or the Gold Coast.
The home is tiled with quality fixtures and fittings and the bedrooms have been newly carpeted. Main bedroom en-suite with walk-in robe, separate comfortable lounge, bright modern open plan kitchen and dining area, double garage and spacious outdoor patio with views, All other bedrooms have built in cupboards and fans. Terraced, manageable, fenced garden with potential for the enthusiast. View by appointment Monday to Saturday and open day on Sundays
Be quick - keen vendor who has purchased out of State.
Research on the Gold Coast Northern Corridor
Over the past 10 years, Queensland's average infrastructure spend per capita was 75% higher than the average of other states and territories combined. Queensland's commitment to the delivery of infrastructure, estimated at $134 billion is in place to manage the ongoing economic and population growth over the long term. This program represents the largest public infrastructure spending initiative in Australian history. Net Interstate migration is one of the fundamental drivers of demand for new residential property. Queensland's rate of interstate migration increased in 2015 to be the highest in the country.
When property prices are too expensive in other major capitals like, Sydney, Melbourne, ACT, Darwin and Perth it forces people to move to find more affordable houses. Take a look at the expected migration graph below from 2014 - 2017. pubished by BIS Shrapnel "Residential Property Prospects August 2014. More and more people are looking to South East Queensland with its warmer climate and more affordable property prices which means families can afford to live close to fantastic and growing employment hubs.
Real Estate expert John McGrath said:
"After a major increase in property values over 2013/14, Sydney is becoming less affordable for investors in terms of purchase price and yields. Latest RP Data figures put Sydney's typical house yield at 3.7 per cent. A year ago, it was 4.1 per cent.
The typical apartment yield today is 4.5 per cent. A year ago it was 4.9 per cent. Yields of 3.7 per cent and 4.5 per cent aren't terrible, but let's compare them to QLD where investment buying has ramped up over the same period in which NSW has declined. When you put affordable property values next to high yields and perfect timing in the cycle, that's an ideal time to buy and investors are noticing. AFG says investment activity in QLD has jumped from 33.5 per cent in January to 38.7 per cent in June. If you're looking for Australia's next hotspot for investing, look no further than Brisbane and South-East Queensland". Published: Wednesday, August 06, 2014
Coomera Town Centre
First stage of Coomera Town Centre retail development given go ahead by Jaydan Duck on March 19, 2014
THE first retail stage of the Coomera Town Centre was today given the green light by the City Planning Committee with limitations. The committee recommended a development permit and preliminary approval be granted for the major commercial and retail site, which will form the foundation of the future integrated $500 million town centre.
Described by the applicant, Westfield, as a "retail and commercial centre", the 18 hectare site on Foxwell Road sits opposite the Coomera railway station and future transport hub. Divisional Councilor Cameron Caldwell said he now hoped to see construction on the centre begin quickly. "This is one of the most significant planning approvals we have seen lodged for quite some time. It's also been a long-awaited project, so I hope we see some early works commencing as soon as all the necessary approvals have been ticked off," he said.
Future development stages include a range of residential and commercial uses that will be guided by the proposed Coomera Activity Centre North Structure Plan, which is the subject of a separate development application. The master plan for the Coomera Town Centre, declared by the State Government in December 2009, covers 680 hectares and will allow for 25,000
What is the vision for the Coomera Town Centre? The Coomera rail station will become the heart of the town centre with surrounding development encouraging people to live, work and play in the area. This will contribute to an emphasis on walking, cycling and using public transport to access the town centre. It is envisaged that the Coomera Town Centre will become an active and vibrant town centre accommodating a mix of uses in close proximity to the rail station.
Coomera Town Centre Precincts:
Precinct 1 - Coomera Activity Centre
Infrastructure under construction:
The interchange at Exit 54 of the Pacific Motorway at Coomera is being upgraded to cater for continued growth in the Coomera area.
Mid-2015: detailed design complete: Mid to late 2015: construction commences: Late 2016: construction complete.
The state government has committed $47.4 million in addition to a $10 million commitment from the Australian Government and $17.3 million commitment from the developers (Westfields & Qld State Treasury) of the Coomera Town Centre.
The Coomera Indoor Sports Centre - Under construction for the Commonwealth Games April 2018 (Funding $40 million)
This will provide an important piece of community infrastructure for one of the Gold Coast's fastest growing regions. Only 3minutes from the off ramp Exit 54 on the M1 and adjacent to Dreamworld and located within Coomera Sports Park, this new multi-purpose facility will accommodate a range of elite and community sports such as netball, volleyball, basketball and gymnastics. The venue has been designed to world-class competition standards with potential for elite training and competition use. Key features of
the venue design include a gymnastics arena, mixed-use sports courts, meeting room facilities and a kiosk. The Coomera Indoor Sports Centre is scheduled for completion around 2016/2017 and will host the Gymnastics competition and Netball finals for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The Coomera Indoor Sports Centre features eight mixed-use sports courts and a gymnastics arena. Other ground floor facilities include change rooms, public amenities, meeting rooms and a kiosk. The upper level will accommodate meeting rooms, a function room and spectator seating.
"Gold Coast is back in a BIG WAY" March 2015
Tourism drives the Gold Coast's economy. So, when the global financial crisis (GFC) hit in late-2008, consumer sentiment disappeared, jobs were shed and its property market suffered.
"Hundreds applying for Northern Gold Coast properties as renters bid to cut Brisbane commute" by: JACK HOUGHTON From: Gold Coast Bulletin February 03, 2015 12:00AM
Senior property manager Jye Thomas said there had been an "extraordinary" leap in rental demand from families looking for cheap rent close to Brisbane. "One of our properties in Helensvale got 21,000 hits online and anything in Coomera is getting about 146 official applications," he said. "To put it in perspective, we normally get around 20 applications. "Everyone wants to live there because rent is affordable and it is close to the beaches and Brisbane for work."
"Investors are flocking to the Gold Coast to secure affordable stock" by: JACK HOUGHTON From: Gold Coast Bulletin September 14, 2014 12:00AM
Wayne Wilson and Janine Wilson who are selling their Oxenford home to move into the booming Coomera region. Photo by Richard Gosling Source: News Limited
Real estate agency owner Teresa Foster said Brisbane investors had returned to the northern Gold Coast to claim a slice of the high-growth corridor. Ms Foster said sellers were bracing for an influx of buyers as political forces took another step towards building the long-awaited $1 billion Coomera Town Centre. "We have been waiting for the new town centre for almost a decade but now that the upgrade of exit 54 has become a reality, it is only a matter of time," she said. "There has already been massive growth in Coomera but this project is set to bring even more. "Brisbane investors have already returned to the area because property is so affordable. It is right on the rail line and only a 40 minute drive from the Brisbane CBD."
"Gold Coast land prices could jump to half a million" by Hannah Sbeghen, Gold Coast Bulletin, August 6, 2016 (Extract)
Mr Duce said home buyers would struggle to buy residential land for under $500,000 in five years. "Land prices are already going up by $2000 a month, which has accumulated to $48,000 in the past two years," Mr Duce said. "Over the past two years the Gold Coast has been increasing in prices and it is no surprise that it is now one of the most expensive regional markets in the country. Mr Newlands said the creation of smaller lots would go some way towards meeting buyer demand. "Prices will double but as far as land goes, the Gold Coast will see a big trend of subdivision on larger blocks," Mr Newlands said. HIA says the median lot price on the Gold Coast is $229,800.
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