Luxury residential property developer HG Developments’ new lifestyle building in Brisbane’s inner city has sold 18 apartments in recent months to local, interstate and international buyers across all price points and demographics, despite the uncertainty of Covid.
Of the recent 18 apartment sales at Omega Apartments, 85 per cent of the buyers are from Brisbane, 10 per cent from regional Queensland and 5 per cent are currently based overseas, with a number of apartments sold without the buyer physically stepping foot inside the building.
TOTAL Property Group has been managing the sales of Omega Apartments since its completion in late 2019 and adapted to Covid restrictions with virtual tours and inspections via video conferencing between the agent on site and the buyer, as more people realise the possibilities of working remotely in the location of their choice.
The luxury apartment marketing agency has recorded 18 sales in Omega Apartments over recent months, driven by a variety of buyers, from young professionals taking advantage of the Queensland Government’s First Home Owners’ Grant to mature buyers downsizing from family homes, and intrastate and overseas buyers who now have the desire to move to Brisbane.
TOTAL Property Group Managing Director Adrian Parsons says apartment buyers across all price points are seeking overall quality and lifestyle, with Omega Apartments standing out as the most desirable recently-completed apartment building in Brisbane. “Of our recent sales at Omega Apartments, many purchasers are coming from Brisbane and regional Queensland, but there has also been a significant number of enquiries from southern states looking to either relocate or invest in Brisbane’s thriving inner-city apartment market.
“We also sold an apartment to an expat based in London who is looking to move back home to Brisbane,” he said. “We are seeing clear signs that people are desiring to move north from the southern states – there’s no doubt about that. People are rethinking the way they work and finding they have the freedom to decide where they want to live, as we are noticing an increase in people considering relocating to Brisbane and inquiring about it.”
Posted by Danielle Hughes Brown
Information via Louise Carroll Marketing