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Buyers rush finished project priced at less than $500,000

first_imgThe project has been attractive to southern buyers.Lanikai project manager Dean Muldoon said the location and high level of apartment finishes were attractive to buyers.“The developer Dankav has gone the extra mile in terms of the facilities and finishes and so far the buyers have been unable to find any comparable product elsewhere on the Coast,” he said.“They always come back and comment on how much better this is and the building speaks for itself on the comparison scale.”Lanikai is due for settlement in the next few weeks and a display has now been completed. The developers expect the last five apartments to sell quickly. Buyers have shown strong support for Lanikai apartments, Southport.BUYERS are rushing a completed Southport project, keen to secure an apartment before the $20,000 boosted Queensland First Home Owners’ Grant ends on June 30.Ray White Projects Gold Coast director Julian Sutherland said the limited remaining stock in the Lanikai project represented some of the area’s few finished apartments available for less than $500,000.Mr Sutherland said prime locations in this price bracket were becoming more difficult to find, as limited land availability in the centre of the Gold Coast was pushing up prices.“Currently we are inundated with buyer enquiry for completed stock, and with apartments in Lanikai starting at a low $465,000, there would only be a handful of completed product (like this) available on the Gold Coast,” he said.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North10 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“Buyers from Sydney and Melbourne have been on a buying rampage in the last few months as the disparity between pricing in these locations and affordability have made it increasingly more attractive to buyers from the southern states.”last_img read more

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Youngsters take in competitive Navan heat

first_imgNavan stages an all-Flat card on Saturday with the valuable 40,000 euro Irish Stallion Farms EBF Premier Nursery the feature event on the seven-race fixture. Five of the nine runners are already maiden winners over this five-furlong trip, with previous Nursery winner Leath Na Hoibre, a winner over six, the only one to have won over further than today’s minimum distance. None of the nine have won on their latest starts, although top weight Blood Moon possesses a fine piece of recent form, having finished third in the Group Three Curragh Stakes. However, Ger Lyons’ stable jockey Colin Keane has sided with Birdcage and the Qatar Racing-owned filly might be able to win on her handicap debut, having shown a good level of ability on quick ground thus far. The next most valuable event, the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Race, is worth half the feature’s prize but is still well worth winning, with the Ado McGuinness-trained Bubbly Bellini looking to score a remarkable 17th career win. McGuinness has done an excellent job with the eight-year-old and while well beaten on his latest Curragh start, has already won four times this year and would have claims with an ease in ground conditions. Bubbly Bellini faces just five opponents with Jamesie now reverting to conditions company having failed on his latest four stakes efforts. The Dermot Weld-trained Alkasser has himself disappointed on his latest two handicap starts but does go well on a fast surface. The opening Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Auction Maiden over five furlongs is an interesting event, with both the Tommy Stack-trained Aspar and Michael O’Callaghan’s Moral High Ground bidding to recoup losses having both been well supported to win on debut recently. Aspar must give away weight but was second in a well-contested maiden at the Curragh in July, while Moral High Ground was third in the Curragh maiden won by impressive Smash Williams recently. Both should play leading roles and the Patrick Prendergast-trained Go Kart also showed ability when second on debut at Dundalk. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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