Category: Economy

8 Advantages of Building a New Home

It’s brand new and you’re the first person to enjoy it Create the very first memories in your brand new home.  Soak in the bath that has never been used, walk in bare feet on carpet that has never been stepped on.   Customisation Choose the perfect block of land and the perfect home for […]

New Bass Coast Child Care Centre, Corinella – Construction Starts Nov ’16

WORK on the $2.5 million Bass Valley Children’s Centre in Corinella will commence this financial year with all the funding now secured and the tender process set. A State Government grant worth $900,000 was secured by the Bass Coast Shire Council, and the council contributed $1,527,128. The community raised the balance. “This is a great […]

Corinella 40% Median Growth 2015

Median house prices in Corinella rose 40.4% in 2015 and thus far 12.61% in 2016 but note that it is a relatively thin market with approximately 80 properties sold over that period. With varied housing opportunities in the town from larger homes built in the last 10 years to holiday shacks dating back to the […]

Beat the Market to Regional Victoria

Following the recent release of the 2016/2017 Victorian budget, Opposition Leader Matthew Guy said that the most important thing the government can do to address the housing affordability crisis is develop a comprehensive population strategy. “We need to grow our regions, not throw everything at Melbourne,” Guy was reported as saying in ABC News.  “Melbourne is […]

The Future of Corinella is Bright

Heritage Bay is privately owned land located at 58 Cuthbert Street in Corinella in Victoria.  It is owned by a shareholder group based in Sydney.  These shareholders have engaged Sure Constructions to carry out the civil works for the site, including sewerage, drainage and the building of roads in order for to it to become a living space for 107 residential […]

Releasing Land in Gippsland – Easing the Housing Affordability Crisis

The Housing Industry Association alerted in its most recent report that new housing supply has fallen short of demand for many years, making affordability an ongoing problem.  With Australia’s population forecasted to reach somewhere between 34 million and 42 million by 2050, the situation is set to become critical. Shane Blackwood, Finance Manager at LandGipps, says […]

Will you be forced to sell your home to fund your retirement?

The Age reports that retirees with substantial wealth tied up in their homes might soon face the prospect of losing their pension. Aside from the lifestyle benefits of downsizing to the country, the relative affordability of property in Gippsland enables the release of wealth held in your old home.

Housing in Gippsland is up to 44% more affordable than the state average

Housing in Gippsland is between 34 – 44% more affordable than the Victorian state average and metropolitan Melbourne.

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