Menu
News

Sydneysiders take advantage of city's low property prices

Lakhwinder Singh Dhillon and Rupinder Rehal have bought the very first block in the Stockland Kalina development in Springfield. Pictured in front of their block with their son, Zoravar Dhillon.
Lakhwinder Singh Dhillon and Rupinder Rehal have bought the very first block in the Stockland Kalina development in Springfield. Pictured in front of their block with their son, Zoravar Dhillon. Rob Williams

MOVING to Springfield from Sydney has helped Lakhwinder Dhillon realise the great Australian dream.

Mr Dhillon and his wife Rupinder have just purchased a block of land at Stockland's new Kalina estate.

"It's very exciting," Mr Dhillon said.

"We moved from Sydney. We were looking for a home in Sydney but just couldn't afford it."

Read more at www.qt.com.au

 

Free workshop

If you want to find out how you could own your first home, a free workshop is being held at Stockland's Augustine Heights community on Saturday, February 16.

The information session will explore the finance journey when buying a new home and will include a presentation by experts from Home Sweet Loans, who will discuss the latest in interest rates, deposits, construction loans, grants and more.

The event is being held in conjunction with Stockland's Home Sweeter Home Sale which is making it easy for first home buyers to get into a new home by offering savings of up to $10,000 on land at all Queensland communities.

There is also help available with the construction process, with up to $25,000 in building bonuses available with a selection of Stockland's building partners.

David Laner, Queensland General Manager for Residential Communities at Stockland, said the significant savings on offer would make buying a new home even more affordable for a full spectrum of customers, from first home buyers to families and downsizers.

"Stockland has a reputation for creating award-winning masterplanned communities that set a benchmark for sustainability, with affordable, quality homes designed to suit people from all walks of life,'' Mr Laner said.

"Our highly-liveable communities are renowned for their value for money, focus on health and well-being and access to a full range of amenities including shops, schools, medical services, state-of-the art playgrounds and parks, as well as transport and employment hubs."

The workshop will include information about Kalina Springfield and Augustine Heights and will be held at the Augustine Heights Sales and Information Centre on the corner of Christopher Street and Santa Monica Drive from 2pm.

The Home Sweeter Home Sale will run from January 14 to March 3, with $10,000 off all residential lots and up to $25,000 in building bonuses.

For further details, visit www.stockland.com.au/residential/qld/home-sweeter-home.

Topics:  first home buyers free event springfield stockland whatson