Apartments come with a range of benefits, and in the midst of an economy that can be hard on first-home buyers, they could prove to be a more viable option.
The benefits of apartment living can include lifestyle, community living, as well as close proximity to local amenities and public transport.
An increasing number of Sydney home buyers are choosing the apartment lifestyle. Here are our top five advantages of apartment living:
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Many apartments are becoming available for purchase in suburbs that were previously unattainable or simply unaffordable. With many apartments becoming available in the desirable inner-city ring of Sydney. Close proximity to water, local attractions and amenities such as nightlife, restaurants and cafés are a driving factor for many purchasers.
Apartments often mean everything is at your doorstep, a small walk away from the beach, the local park, a favourite café or perhaps a more lively atmosphere.
Brand-new apartments are often more efficient in space than a house and possess high-quality and streamlined surfaces requiring less upkeep and cleaning. In new developments, you’re moving into a brand new facility built to the latest requirements, with any building maintenance issues handled by the builder or body corporate.
Increasingly, apartments are built with sustainability in mind, from the materials used in construction to energy-efficient sources, including solar panels, embedded networks and recycled water. Living in an apartment also means you typically accumulate less, which can equate to a smaller carbon footprint.
Apartments can represent great value for money, particularly when it comes to a first home purchase when compared to buying a house. A smaller floor plan and communal gardens can also equate to reduced gas, water and electric bills for purchasers.
If you’re interested in enquiring about our latest Sydney apartment developments, contact the team at St Trinity Property Group on (02) 9099 3412 or visit our current projects.
The information contained in this article is intended to be of a general nature only. It has been prepared without taking into account any person’s objectives, financial situation or needs.