Con­ve­nience and com­mu­nity at­trac­tive traits in Coomera

The Courier-Mail - Property - - REALESTATE INSIGHT -

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.

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