NEWS & UPDATES
According to recent media reports, analytics group CoreLogic identified that Buderim had the highest number of houses change hands in Queensland in 2017/18, with 573 houses selling in the 12 months to May 2018.
Principal of five Ray White businesses on the Sunshine Coast, Brett Graham believes this is set to continue, with Buderim remaining a popular suburb leading into the warmer months.
In another exciting milestones, the shovels hit the ground at Sage Landing this month when construction of the 13 designer Stage 1 homes got underway.
Those looking forward to calling Sage Landing home will see the residences come to life in the coming months with occupancy expected by September this year (if the weather cooperates!).
It’s official. The Sunshine Coast is booming, with industry experts predicting real estate prices will skyrocket off the back of rising infrastructure spending, industry growth, jobs and lifestyle.
Last year long-term Buderim residents, Erik and Tove Larsen decided it was time to leave behind the large family home and to find a smaller home that was more manageable but didn’t compromise on the lifestyle and comfort they were used to.
Have you heard? The second stage of the Sage Landing development is on the way!
Following the resounding success of stage one, HMR Projects is gearing up to launch a limited new release of homes so if you’re interested to find out more, register your interest now.
Developer HMR Projects has this week announced stage one of Sage Landing in Buderim is 90 per cent sold, with the company now preparing to launch the second stage of the development in the coming weeks to respond to the strong market demand.
It appears the turn of the new year has prompted a wave of interest in the local housing market, with Buderim-based development Sage Landing recording a string of sales over the last month.
Ray White Buderim Salesperson Judy Wild said three homes had sold in as many weeks, with buyers keen for a fresh start in 2018.
Last year long-term Buderim residents, Erik and Tove Larsendecided it was time to leave behind the large family home and to find a smaller home that was more manageable but didn’t compromise on the lifestyle and comfort they were used to.
But finding a new home that ticked all the boxes and was still close to the vibrant village high street proved challenging given the established nature of Buderim.
With civil works now nearing completion at the Sage Landing development in Buderim, construction will commence early in the new year generating more than 60 local jobs. HMR Projects Director Ken Reed said Devcon Building Co — the builder appointed to construct stage one of the development — would kick-start works in early February.
The first residents at Buderim’s much-coveted Sage Landing could be moving in as early as mid-2018, with civil works progressing on schedule at the freehold home and land development site just a stone’s throw from the village high street. HMR Projects Director Ken Reed said to date, all of the buyers taking up residence next year were existing Buderim locals who were following progress on-site with keen interest.