The Coomera and Hope Island suburbs are seeing an increase of first home buyers, following plans for an upgrade to infrastructure to reduce peak hour traffic in the Gold Coast’s North Shore.
The Coomera Connector accommodates for individuals travelling to and from Brisbane but facilitates an easier commute for Gold Coast residents.
The Connector is set to assist additional traffic to the area, benefiting local residents with increased roads to connect suburbs easing the travel time to see friends.
The upgrades for the infrastructure have seen an increase in first home buyers in the region, as the increased connectivity drives property prices.
Nearby, the $650 million Serenity 4212 project in Helensvale has witnessed a surge of growing demand for affordable but luxury living in an idyllic location.
Of the sales achieved to date at Serenity 4212, four first home buyers have taken advantage of $40,000 of government incentives – the $15,000 First Home Owners Grant and the $25,000 HomeBuilder scheme which ends this month.
The Serenity 4212 community is situated near the Helensvale – Hope Island border, offering a style of living that is convenient and well-connected with a range of hospitality, retail and transport facilities within easy reach.
The project is located just five minutes from the Hope Island Market Place and 10 minutes from Westfield Helensvale and the Harbour Town Premium Outlets.
The buyer’s market has boomed in the last few years seeing more individuals invest in Gold Coast hotspots including Coomera, Helensvale and Hope Island.
Before these grates, the Hope Island dream was distant for many first home buyers, yet it is now becoming a reality at Serenity 4212.
Serenity 4212 has become a staple in the buyer’s market as the location offers convenience and lifestyle, with the Coomera Connector set to cut traffic congestion in half adding a level of connectivity the region is welcoming.