The availability of infrastructure and amenities is another important factor contributing to what makes a location "investment-grade.”

Infrastructure refers to the basic services and facilities that support the local community, such as roads, public transport, and hospitals.

Amenities, on the other hand, refer to the recreational and cultural facilities that enhance the quality of life in the area, such as parks, restaurants, and entertainment venues.

Areas with good infrastructure and amenities are more attractive to both owners and tenants, which can help to drive up both property values and rental yields.

After all, it’s all about the lifestyle and what we call a20-minute neighbourhood.

Since the pandemic began, our ‘home’ is no longer simply the place we rest and enjoy some downtime between work and our social lives.

Now, the neighbourhood is more important than ever.

We’ve found buyers are willing to pay a premium for properties that are within a short distance of a great shopping strip, your favourite coffee shop, amenities, the beach, and a great park.

And as a result, these are the type of neighbourhoods that investors and wannabe homeowners are flocking to.

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Jason Gwerder
Tuesday, 14 November 2023

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