Free land to lure Auckland buyers

 

 

 If fresh country air and affordable prices aren’t enough to tempt frustrated Aucklanders from the big smoke, now a Waikato developer is offering one lucky buyer the prospect of free land to build on.

Purchase a lot in the new Vineyard Road Estate, Te Kauwhata and there is a 1 in 38 chance of winning back the entire purchase price.
“In 12 months time, a supervised draw will refund one lucky buyer their section purchase price in full,” explains Barfoot and Thompson Pukekohe Branch Manager, Nick Bates.
Stage one, which is 12 of the total 38 lots, was listed this week and are priced at just $270,000 for a sizable lifestyle section of over an acre. Releases of larger sections will follow through the coming year.
“We want to grab the attention of people considering a lifestyle move with an offer that just has to be considered.”
Listings and sales in the North Waikato town have been increasing over the last year, particularly as Aucklanders look to invest outside the city for lifestyle and price reasons.
Nick says the Vineyard Road Estate location, being midway between Auckland and Hamilton, is ideal for those looking to escape the hot Auckland market, but still have the option to commute to nearby cities for work.
“You don’t have to go as far as Huntly or Hamilton to get the best of both worlds.”
Hamilton and Manukau are around 40 minutes’ drive and Auckland City can be reached in just under an hour outside of peak times.

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