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

Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin - Property - - FRONT PAGE - WORDS ALEISHA DAW­SON

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

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