Australians are now able to find the nation’s most exciting new downsizing-friendly developments in the one place, thanks to a Downsizing.com.au website feature launched today.
Downsizing.com.au has launched a New Developments website section, which showcases off-the-plan and newly-built residential and retirement property projects.
“We know that our readers - and Australians over 50 in general - are increasingly looking for new lifestyle-rich downsizing options coming on to the market, in great urban locations,” said Downsizing.com.au co-CEO Amanda Graham.
“The section allows our readers to see all these projects, in the one easy-to-find location.
“Importantly, each development project featured in this website section is supported by a premium-level listing, which allows potential buyers to see detailed information and photographs about individual apartments.”
Ms Graham said that all projects listed in the new section will also enjoy audience amplification across a range of digital platforms.
The current projects featured in the Downsizing.com.au New Developments section are below:
- Galileo’s Palisades project at Miranda in Sydney
- Galileo’s Arlington Grove project at Dulwich Hill in Sydney
- Thornton Park in Penrith, Sydney
- OASIS Retirement Apartments in Peakhurst in Sydney
- Rose by Moran village at Wahroonga in northern Sydney
- Parc Blakehurst in southern Sydney
- Ravello by Bonython at Point Frederick on the NSW Central Coast
- Drummond Place in Carlton, Melbourne
- Tudor Village in Lilydale, Melbourne
- Bellarine Springs on the western shores of Port Phillip Bay
- The Grace Albert Park Lake
- Martha Bay by RCA Villages
- Ten to Twelve Lindsay Street Brighton in Melbourne
Downsizing on the rise
The launch of the New Developments feature comes amid the release of new analysis and statistics which underline the strength of Australia’s downsizing market.
In early February, Downsizing.com.au released its website statistics report for 2019, which showed that listing page views grew by 81 per cent and website visits jumped by 53 per cent across the year.
- The Property Council of Australia’s quarterly industry sentiment survey released in January revealed that the retirement housing industry has the healthiest 2020 capital growth outlook of any property sector.
- Independent global property consultancy Knight Frank released a report in February which said the strong demand from downsizers seeking easily maintainable prime properties close to city centre locations was one of nine global trends
- Market analysts in January said that rising demand for detached homes and excess new apartment stock means downsizers are entering 2020 in a commanding market position.