Hope Island's Peninsula Collection apartments show great appeal to interstate and international investors

The Peninsula Collection has 63 apartments, starting from a low $565,000 for the three-bedroom apartments

Hope Island's Peninsula Collection apartments show great appeal to interstate and international investors
An aerial of Hope Island on the Gold Coast. Image supplied

The ASX-listed ASF Group have released the final opportunity to buy in their unrepeatable gated Hope Island community, The Peninsula.

Peninsula Collection is the final instalment of apartments in the master-planned development on Harbourview Drive, which is located in the highly sought-after Hope Island Resort.

ASF has already sold out Peninsula Homes, a collection of 17 townhouses, Peninsula Residences, comprising 40 apartments, and Peninsula Terraces, just 22 terraces, which sit along side the Peninsula Collection.

The Peninsula Collection has 63 apartments, starting from a low $565,000 for the three-bedroom apartments. Since the official launch of Peninsula Collection last month, more than 10 apartments have already been snapped up

They're likely to be popular with investors, particularly internationally, with Hope Island Resort featuring Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) exemption. This gives investors a global re-sale market for future capital returns seldom found in other developments in Australia.

The project is also offering a three-year rental guarantee of five per cent per annum, along with the option for property management services.

Hope Island apartments have seen 3.8 per cent price growth per annum over the past 10 years, according to SQM Research. In the last 12 months, apartments have seen 16.5 per cent growth.

This can be attributed to a number of factors, not least of which is shortage of supply. According to property consultants Urbis in 2019, The North Shore precinct, which includes Hope Island, was the most undersupplied market on the Gold Coast for apartment buyers. A situation which hasn't see much improvement until recently with five new apartment developments set for Hope Island.

Rental stock has also remained extremely tight on Hope Island.

The 2032 Brisbane Olympics announcement is also backing up this data, ensuring investment from both private and public sectors upwards of hundreds of millions of dollars in infrastructure and more in the near and long term.

Three-bedroom apartments in Peninsula start from $565,000, below the suburb median of $579,000, according to SQM.

Rents have also been on the rise with rental asking prices up 24.8 per cent in the past year and 4.4 per cent per annum for the past 10 years.

'The Peninsula, as an exclusive gated community development on Hope Island Resort's unique river canal, is located within one kilometre of three golf courses, across the road from the Azzura Greens Resort and Links Hope Island Golf Club.

It's one of the closest new developments near the Hope Island Shopping Centre, reachable on buggy or foot.

Apartments in Peninsula Collection - 52 Harbourview Drive, Hope Island

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3 bedrooms from $619,000
  • Bed
    3
  • Bath
    2
  • Car
    1
  • Area
    114.00m²
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3 bedrooms from $795,000
  • Bed
    3
  • Study
    1
  • Bath
    2
  • Car
    1
  • Area
    133.00m²
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5 bedrooms from $1,210,000
  • Bed
    5
  • Bath
    4
  • Car
    2
  • Area
    179.00m²
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Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au. His focus is shining a spotlight on some of Australia's best apartment developments and their features

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