Nov '16

​2017 Adelaide Real Estate Guide for First Home Buyers
Bec Dartnall Posted by
Bec Dartnall

Adelaide’s north-eastern suburbs are seeing an increase in popularity as lifestyle needs and a demand for quality family homes increases. First home buyers looking to capitalise on their investment are looking to suburbs like Redwood Park and Tea Tree Gully. A real estate agent with experience in a changing Adelaide property market is your first step in making the right property decision.
First home buyers are at an advantage in the north east, where investors are focused on development, rather than existing homes. Investors are snapping up subdivisions and capitalising on the growth and demand within the city’s pocket of quality homes, excellent schools and close proximity to the city centre. The Tea Tree Gully Council area is home to a dozen schools both private and public that service a growing population of small families. There are also a number of recreation facilities, including the Wynn Vale Dam and Cobbler Creek Recreation Park.
A number of cricket, football and netball clubs operate out of the Golden Grove Recreation and Arts Centre. There are also tennis courts, squash courts and indoor soccer at Golden Grove. There’s also a wide choice of shopping areas and transport options with two bus routes and at least three shopping centres that also have cafes and medical surgeries.
Buying in areas with facilities and services that are easy to access is a benefit to both first home buyers and investors. If you’re looking to purchase an existing home as an investment, attracting a good tenant in a tight rental market requires not only a quality property, but access to shops, schools and transport.


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