Caboolture has been identified as one of the state’ biggest growth centres.
The region has seen its population growth double every year since the 70’s and is quickly becoming the prime choice for home buyers.
According to QM Properties general sales manager Damien Ross, one of the key reasons for growth in the area is the availability of affordable housing, which is important to many buyers.
“QM Properties has a long legacy of delivering quality developments in the Caboolture region, ranging from pristine lakefront estates to sprawling acreage land options,” said Mr Ross.
“The state government has also recognised the region’s growing popularity with families, with the recent announcement of another state school to join the ten primary and secondary schools already existing.
“Our long-established association with the region has seen us witness many businesses looking to capitalise on the area’s growth with homemaker centres, hardware stores and shopping centres taking up prime locations in Caboolture’s outer suburbs.
“We recently sold the last lot in Central Lakes equalling a total of 1400 homes sold in the estate that now has the highest residential resale value in the Caboolture area.
“Those looking to make their Australian dream a reality in Caboolture can still do so at our latest master planned estate, Central Springs, with house and land packages available from $349,900.
“Following the quick sale of the first four stages at Central Springs, we will soon be releasing the newest stage of land which includes lots of up to 800sqm.”
Among the first wave of residents to move into Central Springs is first home buyer, William Beaumont, who recently bought a house and land package.
“One of the biggest draw cards of Central Springs was the affordability, the family orientated community and the close proximity of services and amenities,” said Mr Beaumont.
“Central Springs is close to everything we need. Our children go to school just down the road and all their extracurricular activities are just a few minutes away.
“The closeness to the highway means that Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast are just a stone throw away, making for an easy commute to work and the ability to easily escape to the beach on the weekend.”