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No Slowing Down at Redbank

What an action-packed month it has been for Redbank with the sales & marketing launch of three new stages kicking off, the beginning of registrations in Belmont commencing and most recently Yeomans release one being lodged into Land Registry Services (LRS) in preparation for registration.

Redbank Communities recently kicked off a marketing campaign for the three latest stages within Redbank called Yeomans Park Front, Belmont East and Ploughmans. While it was daunting to do a new sales release with such negative press on the current state of the property market in Sydney we were heartened by the fact that each of these stages have the unique qualities of enjoying uninterrupted park and waterfront views tailored for people who want to call Redbank home.

Despite the bad press, we were happy to see that North Richmond has been identified as the 7th best performing suburb in Sydney by the Sydney Morning Herald last weekend with a 12% increase in average home values over the past 12 months, bucking the downward trend seen elsewhere in Sydney. It seems buyers agree, with Redbank recording 14 sales in the past two weeks in both new and existing stages which is a testament to the area. We have found that with major civil works now coming to an end and the stunning new landscaping in Yeomans Park taking sharp, buyers are finding Redbank hard to resist.

Much to the relief of everyone involved we have also had the exciting news this past month that Belmont has now started registering, and settlements will commence over the coming weeks. Yeomans release 1 has also progressed strongly and is now in LRS moving towards registration soon. What a journey it has been to get here and there is now a real sense of excitement that soon we will see homes starting construction in these showcase precincts. By Christmas the new parks in both Yeomans and Belmont will be opened to the public for the first time and people of the Hawkesbury can see what all the fuss is about.