TOP 4 FEATURES ON HOME BUYERS WISH LISTS
October 22, 2019
Buying a home is the biggest investment any of us will ever make. With our schedules being busier than ever it’s no surprise that home buyers are looking for convenient features when taking the plunge as saving time becomes more important than saving money for future home buyers.
TOP 4 FEATURES ON HOME BUYERS LISTS
- Location – living closer to the city with cafes, restaurants, entertainment and parks within walking distance offering a high quality of life.
- Low maintenance living – properties that are easy to maintain without a garden which can be locked up and left are the preferred choice. People don’t have time to spend on excessive gardening, cleaning and home maintenance.
- Orientation – buyers want north facing home which capture an abundance of natural light with balconies/ courtyards they can relax on and enjoy the sunlight. It is also important the homes are set back and disconnected from main roads to ensure a tranquil yet urban lifestyle.
- Transport – forgoing a car is becoming a preferred lifestyle choice with “walkability” gaining popularity” to avoid wasting precious time in traffic.
SO HOW DO GRIFFIN’S DEVELOPMENTS TICK THESE BOXES?
We build apartments in highly sought after urban locations and ensure these 4 key features always underpin our design.
One of our upcoming developments, the prestigious ‘Reside on Money’ development is located in the heart of Northbridge. You can’t get any more convenient than being this close to the Perth CBD as well as being spoilt for choice with the flourishing restaurants and cafes on Beaufort Street, one of Perth’s key entertainment areas.
This development is also set to have a strong focus on renewable energy including a residential use-only electric scooter system. This way you have transport but don’t need to worry about spending money on fuel for your car or driving around endlessly trying to find parking spots. This complex will also be north facing so you will be bathed in natural light as well as the being walking distance from bus stops and the Perth train station.
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