Tagged: real estate

Jimboomba Woods – Best of the Best

Date Released - October 23, 2015.

The builders at the new Master Builders Queensland Jimboomba Woods Acreage Display Village, are celebrating the upcoming opening – but the buyers are getting the presents! Five of Queensland’s best builders are offering buyers, for a limited time only, five new home and acreage packages, all tailor designed to make the most of the unique… Read more »

Mayor opens Jimboomba Woods acreage Display Village

Date Released - October 1, 2015.

Logan City Mayor Pam Parker opened the new display village at Jimboomba Woods last Friday (31st July 2015). The village, which is a joint venture for QM Properties and Queensland Master Builders Association (MBA) is Australia’s only acreage display. Featuring five homes by leading builders Metricon, Newstart, GJ Gardener, Oracle, and Stroud, the village is… Read more »

River Retreat: Legacy leads the way

Date Released - October 1, 2015.

Commuters living in the city’s South West have a lot to smile about with the opening of the Brisbane City Council’s new Legacy Way tunnel. The trade-off between living in close proximity to the city and larger lot living, has long been a dilemma faced by prospective buyers, but with the opening of the Legacy… Read more »

Maroochy Rivers Steams Ahead

Date Released - October 1, 2015.

QM Properties have added to their Sunshine Coast portfolio with the recent acquisition of Maroochy Rivers at Yandina, a development in the Coolum Hinterland. Colliers International marketed the development in November last year, which generated strong interest from other parties. “We had a lot of interest in Maroochy Rivers from the market, but QM properties… Read more »

Lakehouse Designs at Central Lakes

Date Released - June 1, 2015.

Proximity to Brisbane City is almost always at the top of the checklist for buyers in South East Queensland, but with such a fast moving market, an increasing number of Brisbanites are looking north of the city to realise their dream of owning their own home. Queensland property developers QM Properties are seeing a migration… Read more »

Forest Pines: Dual Living is the New Trend

Date Released - May 12, 2015.

The Sunshine Coast’s first dual living display home, located in QM Properties’ Forest Pines estate, was recently officially unveiled by Kevin Doodney, founder of the Future Housing Taskforce. Recognised within the industry as one of Australia’s most innovative and successful property specialists, Kevin has received 180 industry awards for his achievements, which include the concept and… Read more »

Coomera Quays: The Wait is Over

Date Released - April 27, 2015.

Some things are worth the wait. QM Properties are commencing construction of the Coomera Quays residential estate on the 27th of April, following an extensive and lengthy approval process. “It has taken 12 years, and a plethora of development approvals at both a local and state level, but we’ve finally achieved all necessary requirements to commence construction,”… Read more »

Broadband + Burpengary = Modern Family

Date Released - March 30, 2015.

The accessibility of high speed internet combined with advanced technology in education is set to send the residents of The Village at Burpengary to the top of the class. This year the new Burpengary State Secondary College, part of the Public Private Partnership (PPP), welcomed its first pupils. The state of the art school is… Read more »

Size is Everything – Metricon Denver 46

Date Released - March 30, 2015.

One of the largest display homes in the country, Denver 46 by Metricon will shortly be opened in Master Builders and QM Properties’ Jimboomba Woods Acreage display village. Denver 46 is a massive 483 square metre home, which has a modern twist on a Queenslander, with its veranda and spacious outdoor living area. “The Denver… Read more »

Springbrook Mia Mia

Date Released - February 9, 2015.

The picturesque Mount Mee region in the Caloundra hinterland has attracted settlers for thousands of years, from the first indigenous tribes to today’s first home buyers. The name ‘Mount Mee’ was derived from the aboriginal ‘mia-mia’ meaning ‘lookout’, no doubt named after the stunning views offered of the Glasshouse Mountains and Moreton Bay. The first… Read more »