Emblematic of Robina’s rise
The popular Vue development fits perfectly into burgeoning Robina, where the real estate market goes from strength to strength on the back of the area’s brilliant services
ROBINA continues to enjoy strong growth in values and rental returns, as both Generation Y and Baby Boomers fix their sights on the area.
A report by independent property analyst, Urbis, reveals the median house price in Robina has grown by 37 per cent in the last three years, with terrace homes increasing by 31 per cent during the past five years.
Urbis senior consultant Lynda Campbell said the popularity of property in Robina was underpinned by key fundamentals appealing to owner-occupiers, investors and tenants.
“The large employment hub paired with easy connectivity to high-quality education, retail and entertainment offerings are key factors,” she said.
“Across the board, property growth is linked to employment and population growth, and Robina ticks those boxes, with the workforce set to increase by more than 73 per cent and the population by more than 37 per cent over the next two decades.
Ms Campbell said Robina’s attractiveness to both younger and older buyers laid a strong foundation for continued growth.
Developer Robina Group is seeing strong demand for its $170 million Vue Terrace Homes in Robina, where residents can live, work and play all in the one area.
Gail Walker (pictured right) is among those to purchase at Vue and said location, access to shops, schools and the motorway were key drawcards.
“I have lived in Mudgeeraba for the past eight years and my new home at Vue will