Pimpama Village, a 54-hectare master-planned development located in the Brisbane to Gold Coast Growth Corridor 48-kilometres south of Brisbane and 30km north of Surfers Paradise, is proving to be just as popular with investors, as it is with local first homebuyers.
Since launching an exclusive selection of lots from the Willow Pimpama Village Estate, Ausin Group has successfully sold 23 blocks to a mix of investors and owner occupiers including first home buyers.
Demand for Pimpama has increased as individuals are now priced out of the Coomera market, which became a sell-out success in as little as 18 months.
Amy McNamara, Director of New Projects – QLD for Ausin, said although the estate is popular with investors who are looking to capitalise on the region’s growth, demand from first home buyers is still as strong as ever.
“Individuals who have been priced out of Coomera, Hope Island and surrounding areas are turning to Pimpama and we’ve witnessed a growing trend of young first home buyers purchasing, where one partners works in the city and one works on the coast.
“Pimpama is proving to be the best of both worlds, it’s located 35 minutes from Brisbane CBD and 25 minutes from Gold Coast’s CBD and offers easy access to the M1 Motorway and trainline.
“Residents will also have access to an abundance of facilities and new and improved infrastructure, including the new Pimpama City Shopping Centre and Westfield Coomera,” said Amy.
Ausin, a leading multi-disciplinary property and investment services business with 26 offices across the globe, is responsible for connecting buyers to Australian and international property markets.
In particular, China is the Gold Coast’s largest international source market, with 295,000 visitors in the year ending March 2017, reflecting a 9.5% increase.
Although Ausin has experienced strong demand and uptake from international buyers, Amy said the demand from locals has been just as strong, if not stronger.
“We’ve had to change our sales strategy as we’re getting a large volume of enquiries from locals, particularly first home buyers who are looking for affordability, as well as easy access to the highway.
“Pimpama Village is one of the last land developments within the Coomera / Pimpama area and purchases are moving quickly before it sell outs.”
With three key players in the area selling land, Amy is confident that a combined approach will ensure the best outcome for Leda Holdings.
For more information on Willow, Pimpama Village or Ausin Group, please visit https://ausingroup.com.au/property/willow-pimpama-village/.