Searching for your first home?
Own your first home with only 3% deposit
Register for Silk FHB
Deposit Builder Plan
Silk deposit builder plan – How it works
• All you need is a 3% deposit at contract signing
• The remaining 7% can be paid over the next 12 months.
• And for a limited time Sarazin will rebate you $15,000 at settlement. Add this to the Queensland Government’s $15,000 first home grant and that’s a $30,000 contribution to your first home!
For more information on this offer above, please enquire via this website or contact one of our friendly agents on 1300 522 088.
Invest in Woolloongabba
Interstate Migration is rising to new heights – 17,489 (as at December 2017)
Affordability between Brisbane and Sydney is at record levels – 66% more affordable
Urban Renewal compared to Newstead 10-15 years ago – Almost a 100% increase in values over this short urban renewal boom
High Rental Growth recorded in Woolloongabba catchment (December 2007 – 2017)
1 bedroom 7.2% pa growth / 2 bedroom 4.9% pa growth
Infrastructure investment at an all time high – Cross River Rail, Brisbane Metro, Queen’s Wharf, Brisbane Live, Howard Smith Wharves, Eagle Street Pier Waterfront Precinct
International Student enrolments soaring – Up 83% over the last decade
Employment growth set to continue in the Brisbane CBD – Forecast to increase 12% over the next 5 years
New Apartments in Woolloongabba are achieving premiums upwards of 42% over existing product
Car parks allocated to 100% of apartments at Silk
300m from new Woolloongabba Cross River Rail underground station
300m from new $11 million Stanley Street to South Bank bikeway upgrade
130m from popular Logan Road dining precinct
Walker’s Paradise. Silk scoring 93 out of 100 in Walk Score™. Daily errands do not require a car
5kms away from a combined university student population of 129,700
126,485 New jobs by 2036 within the Brisbane Inner City Area (8,828 in Woolloongabba)
International Tourism expected to increase by 1.18 million additional visitors in Brisbane (1,960 in Woolloongabba)
*Data taken from Urbis Woolloongabba Suburb Profile and CBRE Research