The number of people moving away from capital cities to regional areas has been steadily increasing in recent years due to unobtainable housing prices and lack of availability. So, let’s look at some of the reasons people are turning down big city living to see if moving to regional Australia is right for you.
When you’ve decided to build a new home, think Darren Walters’ no or low deposit house and land packages. His system has helped thousands of people build their brand-new home, even when big banks and traditional lenders wouldn’t help.
What you can afford will often determine where you can build or buy your dream home. To understand what your factual new home options are, use our pre-qualification tool and one of our New Home Specialists will give you all the factual information about your finances. From there we’ll work to get you your dream new home.
Moving to Regional Australia is Generally More Affordable
If you’re planning on getting a new home, one of the primary considerations is the cost. The average price of a home in a capital city is significantly higher as compared to regional Australia. In 2020 the average price for a house in Sydney was $955,000. Whereas the average house price across Australia was $549,900.
In regional areas, you’ll be able to make your money go further by buying a bigger block of land and building a larger house with the same amount of money you would have spent on a 1 or 2-bedroom unit in the city. If you’ve dreamed of owning your own home with a yard, you’ll need to pay nearly double to get it near the CBD.
The affordability of regional Australia is a big reason why we focus on these areas here at No1 Property Guide. By working with some of the most respected builders and developers across the country, we’re able to help you escape the rental nightmare and into your own home. Even if you don’t have a 20% deposit! To discover your factual new home options, whether you want to move out to regional Australia, or you’d prefer to be closer to the CBD, fill in our pre-qualification form. And one of our New Home Specialists will be in touch to discuss how we can help you.
Working in Regional Australia
Covid has changed the nature of work for most offices. Many companies know offer working from home as a possibility for many of their employees. If your work primarily on a computer, you are no longer limited to an area around where you live. Moving to regional Australia no longer reduces your job prospects. In fact, it can actually open up the door to new opportunities in other states or even across the world! Say goodbye to the daily commute and hello to the comfort of your own home.
“At first I thought this was too good to be true, but straight after submitting my interest I received feedback. During the entire application process Clay kept me well informed and always made time to answer my never ending questions. Thanks to Darren and his team my dream is now reality. “
“Thank you to Darren, Clay and the team for helping me and my partner secured a home loan in the middle of the pandemic. Clay and Taylor go above and beyond to make every step so simple for us. We can’t thank you guys enough, you guys are the best in the business. We appreciate all your help.”
“I am so greatful for Darren, Clay and the team they have been so supportive throughout this journey they understand that the process of buying our first home is super stressful and they have taken care of us every step of the way. Very greatful to be approved and super excited to start the building process! Thankyou, Thankyou Thankyou”
One of the perks of regional Australia is you get to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Regional areas enjoy less traffic, noise and pollution, meaning you get to live a relaxed, quieter lifestyle. And of course, moving out of the concrete jungle gives you the chance to enjoy the beauty of nature and the outdoors more often.
There’s no need to give up the amenities of big cities when you move to a regional area either. Regional cities still offer most of the conveniences that are available in the CBD. Without compromising on what makes regional Australia so great. You can immerse yourself in nature with a walk through your local parks and rainforest, or shop to your heart’s content in the nearby shopping centres and stores.
There are many advantages to living in regional Australia. And picking between the CBD or the suburbs will depend on your circumstances. So let our team find a location that’ll suit you. At No1 Property Guide our New Home Specialists take the time to understand your situation and provide you with the best options for your new home. Darren’s no or low deposit new home system provides an easy path to become a new homeowner. The first step on your homeownership journey is to fill out our pre-qualification form. From there our New Home Specialists will work with you to get you into your new home.