When it comes to real estate hotspots in Australia for no or low deposit homes. Southeast Queensland is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of the country’s real estate favourites. Especially with first home buyers where suburbs like Maudsland, Oxenford, Coomera, Pimpama, and Ormeau are the latest to offer incredible value for money.
All of these suburbs are now considered excellent locations for family homes. With no or low deposit house and land packages available, built by master builders. Coomera, for example, has a busy train station and a TAFE. It’s also ideally situated halfway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast CBD. With new residential and resorts planned for development for the area, Coomera is shaping as one of the go-to real estate locations in the state.
Oxenford — a booming suburb of around 11,000 on the Gold Coast — is perfect for families. And it has a number of theme parks including Warner Bros. Movie World and Wet ‘n Wild. In recent years the suburb has seen big infrastructure expenditure with shopping centres and residential development. And has recently been greenlit for a multi-million dollar cable ski park.
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The area continues to grow and is considered one of Australia’s premier property hotspots. Suburbs such as these are hard to beat for value. Especially if you’re a first home buyer and looking for quality house and land packages. Where else would you be able to find quality house and land packages under $500,000 around 30 minutes from a capital CBD?
You have to be quick to take advantage of the booming real estate market in South East Queensland though. Thousands of other renters are doing their best to break into the property market while they can. So competition is tough at the moment. However, did you also know about the increase in the First Home Owners Grant from July 1?
The Queensland Government has announced a major shake-up of the old Great Start Grant. Giving first homeowners more of a head start. Part of the restructure is increasing the grant (now called the First Home Owners Grant) from $15,000 to $20,000 for first homes under $750,000.
Like to learn more about the First Home Owners Grant? At No1 Property Guide, we can help you with advice on no or low deposit house and land packages for first home buyers. We’ll then team you up with master builders to help you build your dream home. We offer easy finance on fixed priced contracts, for all of our full turnkey house and land packages.
Fill in our pre-qualification form and talk to our New Home Specialists to find out how we can get you into your first home in the booming South East Queensland property market!