DESIGNS CAPTURE YOUTH
This new home range is a chance for the younger generation to achieve the “great Australian dream”.
AVID Property Group is offering a new style of home at its Brentwood Forest development in Bellbird Park, aimed at helping the youthful greater Springfield population enter the housing market. With national house prices increasing nearly 20 per cent over the last five years, and household incomes only rising by around 9.2 per cent (Core Logic’s 2016 Housing Affordability Report), the attainability of home ownership is in question for many young people.
AVID Property Group general manager Queensland Bruce Harper said Brentwood Forest’s Tempo Living homes offered an affordable yet stylish entry point for first home buyers on the property ladder.
“Lots of young buyers struggle to get into the housing market, and they’re often forced into older ‘fixer-uppers’ that suit their budget but not their tastes,” Mr Harper said.
“The Tempo Living range offers first home buyers the chance to step into a brand new home, without the hassle of complicated builds or renovations.”
Recent Census data shows the median age in Ipswich is 32, lower than the national median of 37. “Greater Springfield’s young, growing population needs housing that really reflects their lifestyle, and the sort of quality, sophisticated design that young people have come to expect in a home,” Mr Harper said.
“The Tempo Living homes suit people who are looking for an easy to maintain home without the hassle of lots of yard maintenance.
“They are a great entry point into the housing market, without buyers having to compromise on design or location.”
Tempo Living display homes are now open at Brentwood Forest.
Tempo Living homebuyer David Lowe said the homes were an affordable, freehold option, close to a range of amenities.
Tempo Living homebuyer David Lowe, right, said the homes in Bellbird Park, Brentwood Forest, were an affordable, freehold option. ENTRY LEVEL