Karam Group matches HomeBuilder grant for first home buyers at Maasra

Karam Group has announced it will match the Queensland Government's first home owners’ grant with an additional $15,000 for first home buyers purchasing eligible apartments

Karam Group matches HomeBuilder grant for first home buyers at Maasra
Karam Group matches HomeBuilder grant for first home buyers at Maasra

Brisbane developer Karam Group has announced it will match the state’s first home owners’ grant with an additional $15,000 for first home buyers who purchase an eligible apartment at their Coorparoo project, Maasra Apartments.

The $15,000 Developer Grant will see eligible first home buyers receive up to $45,000 towards their new home, with the development also qualifying for the Federal Government’s $15,000 HomeBuilder grant.

Hindmarsh Construction Australia has started work on a $102 million mixed use development in Coorparoo, qualifying the project for the federal government’s HomeBuilder grant.

Karam Group director Anthony Karam said he was pleased to announce the additional grant to help first home buyers get their foot in the door of a brand-new apartment.

“This is a terrific opportunity for first-time buyers to get into the market, as saving this kind of money takes most people years,” he said.

Karam Group matches HomeBuilder grant for first home buyers at Maasra

Designed by HAL Architects, Maasra offers residents access to a podium recreational space with multiple resort-style entertainment areas at an entry-price of $399,000.

Amenities include a 25-metre pool with timber decking, sun beds, beautifully landscaped surrounds, a residents’ lounge, a gym, and retail space on the ground floor.

Maasra Apartments in Coorparoo is perfectly positioned for eligible first home buyers wanting to purchase a quality apartment in a prime city location,” TOTAL Property Group managing director Adrian Parsons said.

The apartment’s inner-city fringe location of Coorparoo appeals to young professionals seeking to buy an apartment in an area with transport infrastructure and lifestyle offerings on its doorstep.

Parsons claimed the area was one of Brisbane’s most vibrant lifestyle hubs.

Other residential developments near Coorparoo on the market right now

“The Brisbane property market is currently in its prime,” Parsons said.

With the advantage of flexible working arrangements and Queensland’s desirable climate, affordability and lifestyle, Brisbane is a very attractive place to live.

1. Cello, GREENSLOPES
Address: 5-9 Flora Street, GREENSLOPES QLD 4120
One-bedroom apartments from $349,000

Karam Group matches HomeBuilder grant for first home buyers at Maasra

CS Development Group’s Cello Apartments is the latest addition to Brisbane’s suburb of GREENSLOPES. Offering residences in one, two and three-bedroom configurations, this development is the ideal home for buyers searching for properties with exceptional on-site amenities.

These amenities include a swimming pool, gym, on-site library, rooftop observation deck and multi-purpose space.
 

2. Minnippi Quarter, Carina
Address: 193 Fursden Road, Carina QLD 4152
One-bedroom apartments from $415,000

Karam Group matches HomeBuilder grant for first home buyers at Maasra

Located next to the Minnippi Parklands is Frasers Property’s latest masterplanned community, Minnippi Quarter. Situated on a large, newly developed site, residents will have access to 6000 square metres of private parkland and precinct parks.

Each property in the development offers open-plan living, natural light and a full suite of resort-style amenities, including a 25-metre infinity edge lap pool and a fully equipped gym.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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