To help fuel the fire to the new housing market in the Western Suburbs of Sydney, Australia’s biggest house and land developer, bussed 200 customers to Baulkham Hills.
The chosen few will take part in a ballot and given the opportunity to buy 40 lots ahead of the official launch.The housing development is located near Rouse Hill and the group will be releasing 300 lots over the next 12 months of the project. This is 10 times less than the 300 people that have registered their interest on the Stockland Altrove website.
Stockland general manager for NSW Residential, Gavin Tonnet said, “On average, we continue to receive between 50 and 100 new customer inquiries [for each of our western Sydney communities] every week, with first-home buyers and upgraders representing more than 70 per cent of our customers and the balance of inquiries coming from investors.”
Stockland house and land developers believe that the ballot system offers customers to participate in a fair manner especially as the Rouse Hill project has such high levels of interest.
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