Tagged: community

Central Lakes and Simonds Launch Partnership Display Village

Date Released - July 15, 2014.

QM Properties and Simonds Homes have announced their first display village partnership will be built at Central Lakes at Caboolture. “The displays will be Simonds entry into the North Brisbane region,” said Damien Ross, QM Properties Sales Manager. “Simonds are one of Australia’s most successful builders, winning a staggering 73 awards for their product since… Read more »

Westwood to Woodford

Date Released - June 22, 2014.

The township of Woodford is a bustling colonial township rivalling Maleny in charm has experienced recent growth providing a solution for buyers seeking infrastructure, lifestyle and location. QM Properties have released Stage 3 at Westwood Estate on the back of a strong autumn sales period with ten sales in two months. “Westwood was fairly slow… Read more »

Sandstone Lakes by the Sea

Date Released - June 16, 2014.

Queensland developer QM Properties have a new waterside community to add to their range of planned residential communities in the Moreton Bay Regional Council. Sandstone Lakes is situated on Pumicestone Passage, just south of the Bribie Island Bridge, on the mainland side of the waterway. QM Properties investment and confidence in the Moreton Bay Regional… Read more »

The Fairways all Well and Good

Date Released - May 28, 2014.

The new Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport under construction near Toowoomba by the Wagner family is having a positive knock on effect on property sales in the Brisbane / Toowoomba corridor. “A combination of the new airport and the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing is drawing many sales in our Fairways development at Hatton Vale,” said QM… Read more »

Broad Appeal

Date Released - May 17, 2014.

As the National Broadband Network (NBN) rollout continues, sales people and property buyers are both confirming the positive effect on prices and lifestyle. At the end of last year Deputy PM Anthony Albanese said that the coalition’s fibre to node scheme would add $5000 value to homes. Property analysts were sceptical at the time of… Read more »

Caraport Friendly Homesites

Date Released - May 7, 2014.

A national survey on property market attitudes has shown that the majority of Australians still want a big slice of land to work, rest and play on. This trend has been confirmed by QM Properties Sales Manager Damien Ross in recent sales in South East Queensland. “We have found that whenever a larger block goes… Read more »

From Southampton to Sunny Sunshine Coast

Date Released - April 16, 2014.

The Sunshine Coast has always been popular as a property destination for sea change and ‘sunbelt’ seeking retirees, but two major infrastructure projects have sped up the momentum this year. “At the end of last year, stage 1 of the Sunshine Coast University Hospital opened,” said Damien Ross, QM Properties Sales Manager “and the State… Read more »

It Takes a Village

Date Released - January 2, 2014.

QM Properties have announced the launch of their new development in north Brisbane, The Village at Burpengary. Stage One will be released by the end of March 2014, with the first 37 lots coming onto the market. In total, on completion The Village will cover 150 lots, to add to this fast growing area in… Read more »

Moreton Bay Moves On

Date Released - December 15, 2013.

The future looks very bright for the Moreton Bay building industry, according to a recent think tank of industry and government experts. Hosted by Master Builders, the annual ‘Outlook and Opportunities’ event, held at Club Pine Rivers, was a platform to identify key trends. The panel debated local issues, such as planning approval processes and… Read more »

Gold Coast Set to Glitter

Date Released - December 15, 2013.

The future looks very bright for the building industry on the Gold Coast according to a recent think tank of industry and government experts. Hosted by Master Builders the annual ‘Outlook and Opportunities’ event, held at the Lone Star Tavern, was a platform to identify key trends. The panel debated local issues, such as planning… Read more »