Convenience and community attractive traits in Coomera
RICHARD and Judi Anderson built their home in Coomera about three-and-a-half years ago and the couple have become fully immersed in the community since then.
They are now selling their home in Kulki Way in the Genesis Estate to downsize.
“We were in Runaway Bay before that,’’ Mr Anderson said.
“We knew somebody who lived here and we took the trouble of coming out and seeing them and they showed us around.’’
Mr Anderson said while there were many facilities within the estate they lived in they also didn’t need to travel far within the suburb to find anything else they needed.
They intend to try and stay in the area after they sell.
Their marketing agent Mark Williams of First National Upper Coomera agreed properties in the area were popular.
“There is more inquiry, more activity, there are houses moving,’’ he said.
According to figures from RP Data there were 34 house sales and 179 unit sales in the suburb in the year to October.
The median house price of $360,000 rose by 3.4 per cent in the three months to the end of October. The median unit price rose by 5.2 per cent to $505,000.
The couple are seeking offers over $569,000 for their four-bedroom house.