5 Major reasons why we think Sydney-siders should invest in the Gold Coast


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1. You would rather pay half the price than the full price 
Properties in South East Queensland are approximately half of what you’d pay in Sydney.

2. You would rather earn more money

> Rental yield (see table below)

> Rent increase (see table below)

> 1.1% vacancy rate



Gold Coast

Rental yield

House: 4.1%

Unit: 3.3%

House: 4.4%

Unit: 5.3%

Rent increase

House: 1.9%

Unit: 4%

House: 2.2%

Unit: 5.4%

3. Gold Coast? More like paradise! (seriously, just stare at the article image for a few seconds)
With beautiful resort-hotel-style developments with stunning rooftop pools, gyms and dining rooms, all amidst the natural scenery and beach landscape…what’s not to love? This is among many new projects from Sydney developers unique to the Gold Coast.

4. Expanding infrastructure: A Centre, a Casino and overall Convenience.
Including the Pacific Fair shopping centre ($670 million investment), Jupiters Hotel and Casino extension ($345 million) and a new light rail with an extension to the heavy rail linking to Brisbane.

5. 2018 Commonwealth Games
With 1.5 million predicted to attend the ticketed event, we believe that now is the time to go for Gold!

What we can offer

We have a variety of properties located on the Gold Coast, such as in the Pimpama region. One of them includes the following 3 bed at Pimpama Village.

Pimpama ad foorplan

  • Price: from $409,250
  • Size: Land 319m2; House 128.74m2
  • Features: 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car
  • Rent: from$380/week
  • Return: 4.82%

If you are interested in finding out more, please feel free to contact one of our realtors:

Daniele Onofaro
Call: 0401 335 144
E-mail: daniele@jdvrealty.com.au
Vicki Ouyang
Call: 0452 217 689
E-mail: vicki@jdvinternational.com.au

Hope to hear from you soon!



Advice Warning: None of the information contained in the article is, or is intended to be, personalized investment advice. Investments or strategies mentioned in the article may not be suitable for all individuals. All readers should make their own independent decision regarding them. The material contained in the article does not take into account each reader's particular investment objectives, financial situation or needs. All readers should strongly consider seeking advice from their own investment adviser.

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