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More town home designs as Ed.Square gains momentum

A new release of the most popular town home designs is set to continue the momentum for Ed.Square.    The first housing release of the new decade at Ed.Square will be launching on February 26 and will include 54 town homes ranging from one to four bedrooms in the precinct known as the Chelsea Pocket.  The release features Ed.Square’s most popular town home designs to date – designs which have sold out in previous stages – to suit people at every stage of life. All Chelsea Pocket town homes feature an abundance of natural light, with designs that balance contemporary urban… Read more »

Bulldozers move in as construction starts on $8.5m sports and recreational precinct

Dahua Group Australia has started construction on its $8.5 million Maxwell Creek Oval project in the company’s New Breeze masterplanned community, located in Bardia. Local family owned civil construction business TRN Group will undertake civil work for the project, which spans approximately 12,000 square metres. Maxwell Creek Oval includes a large playing oval for cricket and two full sized fields for rugby league and soccer pursuits, nature based play area, flying fox, swings and slides, picnic area, shaded barbecue precinct, swing, climbing equipment and an amenities building servicing the sports facilities. “TRN was awarded the civil infrastructure and subdivision works… Read more »

Oldies who own their home give downsizing cold shoulder

Unless their health declines, older Australians who own their homes don’t give downsizing even a second’s thought. New research by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) confirms what we already knew: around 65 per cent of home owners aged 65–74 in 2001 were still living in their original residence in 2016. The AHURI research found that: • Home owners that do move, usually do so because of key life events such as ill health or death of a partner. • Older renters are more likely to move; less than half of those renting in 2001 were living in… Read more »

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Buyers snap up Menangle Park housing lots

Home buyers have given Menangle Park the seal of approval. More than 120 lots of land of Dahua Group Australia’s new master planned community development have been snapped up so far. Dahua says it had only planned to release 32 lots in stage one, however after potential buyers exhausted theRead more »


Why Aaron wants to live above Ed.Square town centre

Campbelltown resident Aaron Wilson was looking for an investment property when a workmate told him about the mixed use community of Ed.Square. Now, he’s thinking of moving there himself, to live above Ed.Square town centre when his new apartment is complete. Aaron, who owns his own home right in theRead more »


Ideal time for first home buyers to enter the market

The property market is rapidly changing with more interest rate cuts, bank regulator APRA’s proposed plans to relax lending restrictions, property price reductions and investors exiting the market. First home buyers are starting to capitalise on these fluctuating market conditions in one of the fastest growing master planned communities inRead more »


Tick of approval for plan to help first home buyers

The Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) has welcomed the announcement of support for first home buyers through a First Home Loan Deposit Scheme by both major political parties ahead of Saturday’s federal election. REIA President, Adrian Kelly, said the scheme initially announced by the Federal Coalition Government and nowRead more »


Bucking the trend: big lots snapped up by homebuyers

Master planned communities across the country are reducing land sizes, but one development right here in South West Sydney is bucking the trend to smaller and smaller lots. Dahua Group in its New Breeze community in Bardia has released new super sized land parcels ranging from 1,246 square metres toRead more »


Energy efficient homes of the future on the way

Global property developer Sekisui House has engaged a team of international and local consulting firms to conduct a detailed research probe into creating a highly advanced net zero energy homes community modelled in Australia. And it’s all taking place in the heart of Macarthur. Later this year, Sekisui House willRead more »


Ed.Square promises to bring back connectivity of a village

Construction is under way at Ed.Square, located adjacent to Edmondson Park station. More than 28,000 new jobs are expected to be created in Sydney’s south west between Liverpool, Campbelltown and Badgerys Creek by 2030. Now urban development firm Urbis has identified Ed.Square, Frasers Property Australia’s community adjacent to Edmondson ParkRead more »


Infrastructure boom driving investors to South West region

Massive capital investment is driving property investors from across Sydney and interstate into the South West region. Construction of Western Sydney Airport alone is expected to generate an additional $1.9 billion for the region’s economy. The adjacent Aerotropolis will be an accessible, innovative 24 hour city, connected globally, nationally, locallyRead more »

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