Delivering the goods... From Uber Eats to a Light Rail system
Oct 10 2019
Aaron, John & pat discuss deal breakers that could stop Millennials from getting their dream home; and then we break down some of the key takeaways for the Hobart City Deal Implementation plan released on the 3rd Oct 2019. Episode: EP27 Show Title: | Cast: | Aaron Horne, John McGregor, Patrick Berry Show Length: | 38 Minutes Date/time: | 10 October 2019 @ 9.15am Location: | 4one4 Real Estate - 414 Main Road, Glenorchy Segment 1: What Can be a Deal Breakers for First home buyers! ...Not liking the height of the showerhead? ...Essential the property is within an ‘uber eats’ delivery zone? What are some of the more out there ‘demands’ or deal breakers you’ve come across in your years as an agent? Are Millenials being too fussy with their requests? Or is this something that will become more and more common in the coming years? https://www.realestate.com.au/news/fussy-first-home-buyers-demand-big-backyards-and-high-showerheads/?rsf=syn:news:nca:dt:spa Deep Dive: Hobart City Deal Implementation Plan Plan released on the 3rd Oct 2019; we break down some of the key take aways for the city and surrounding suburbs. “This City Deal will improve accessibility in Greater Hobart, embracing the idea of a 30 minute city.” What do you guys think this will mean for Hobart? The hobart market? As agents who work close to the northern suburbs, are you excited about the Northern Suburbs Transit corridor? Establishing a Ferry service $30 million going into affordable housing… including speeding up the delivery of houses. https://citydeals.infrastructure.gov.au/sites/default/files/2019-03/Hobart%20City%20Deal%20-%20web%20%28accessible%29_0.pdf A VISION OF HOBART Improving accessibility to make hobart a ‘30 minute city’ -deliver an integrated land-use and transport vision for Greater Hobart • prioritise housing and facilitate urban renewal along key transit corridors • deliver a package of planning initiatives to support development to provide residents Major Commitments Bridgewater Bridge: The Australian and Tasmanian Governments are investing $576 million to replace the Bridgewater Bridge, the largest ever investment in a single transport project in Hobart’s history. Affordable Housing Supply: The Australian Government will provide $30 million for projects in partnership with community housing providers to deliver new dwellings. This will be supported by a package of measures to drive urban renewal, including commencing a program of precinct planning for priority areas to speed up the delivery of housing. Northern Suburbs Transit Corridor: The Northern Suburbs Transit Corridor is a priority area for urban renewal. A greater diversity of housing solutions will be encouraged along the corridor. As well as providing housing outcomes, this will support the delivery of the most effective public transport solution, reduce congestion and the Australian Government will invest $25 million as part of its congestion initiative.