The Future of Queensland Real Estate Industry
The government is pushing for real estate construction to replace mining as a major form of economy growth. This leads to an increase in the number of investors who snap up property in prominent areas, which in turn helps to force up (not only land prices), but property and rental prices in these regions as well.
You may think it is only homeowners who are affected but many businesses also feel the effects of this. They seek alternative locations to base all, of or some of their operations. For them to do this, they need to look into the up and coming areas, where land prices are low compared to the more traditional areas.
First Home Australia has this insight, and already has 1,000s of house and land packages in these future up and coming areas.
If you are looking at purchasing a new home, one of our prime locations may just be the thing for you to get on the property investment bandwagon. If you find you are eligible for the full government grant, the one stipulation is; that this property is your main home for a period of six months from the time you receive the keys.
Once this period is over, you can be free to use this first home as an investment opportunity. This ensures you use the full advantage of the grants and bonuses available when you deal with First Home Australia.
To achieve this in the current marketplace is nearly impossible, as most of the properties are established, and the prices are already high. So, keeping up with the demand increases. This can make it difficult, first to find a suitable property, or find a property which you can actually afford, realistically speaking.
Quality of Life
A house and land package from First Home Australia can give you the quality of life that is not possible in the more built up areas. Many of the areas are also located in suburbs which are clean and are ideal for raising families. Some of the locations are picture perfect.
First Home Australia can be the ideal solution for you to keep one step ahead of how the real estate industry reacts to the current housing price problems.