1 BEDROOM PRICED FROM $349,000
2 BEDROOMS PRICED FROM $413,900
3 BEDROOMS PRICED FROM $692,400
Canberra's tallest towers have taken Canberra by storm; amazing local and interstate buyers with an abundance of amenities, uninterrupted water views and luxurious features, all above a buzzing retail precinct.
RESEARCH: Why buy in Canberra? GO HERE to download investment report
CAPITAL GROWTH: See where Canberra is on the property price cycle, PLUS compare Capital Growth of Canberra apartments, with both Sydney and Melbourne: GO HERE!
RENTAL RETURN, CompareAustralian Cities, GO HERE
FLOOR PLANS, PRICES, and FLY through videos: go HERE
SOME KEY INVESTMENT POINTS: CANBERRA HAS:
-Highest rental yield of major cities
-Lowest rental vacancy rate
-Highest salaries of all Australian cities
-Better capital growth historically for apartments than Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane , Perth or Adelaide
-Lowest property Stamp Duties
-No Foreign Investment taxes
-Lowest cash outlay needed to buy an apartment out of all major cities in Australia
-Previously, most of the workforce was in the Government. But over the last 20 years, the city has transformed. It’s no longer a one-employer town. Now, only 30% work in public administration
-The unemployment rate is low, the highest average full-time income in Australia, and because Canberra is a ‘20 minute city’, less commuting time means a better work/life balance.
-It costs much less to buy an apartment , including deposit, taxes, stamp duties than other Australian cities
-AAA Credit rating
-Is the Capital of Australia (The Government will not let it fail!)
-Third best city to visit in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2018
-in 2016–17 the highest growth rate of any state or territory in Australia, at 4.6% per cent growth in real terms
-The Australian National University (ANU) is ranked Australia’s top university and in the top 20 in the world (according to 2018, QS World University Rankings)
-In 2017 for the fifth consecutive year, ANU was rated number one in Australia in the Times Higher Education, Global University Employability Ranking.
-2017 was a huge tourism year for Canberra. The nations’ capital saw a record-breaking 4.98 million visitors to the ACT contributing $2.06 Billion to the Canberra economy
-Did you know Canberra has had better capital growth than either Sydney or Melbourne?
-Upward property cycle now starting
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