Main selling points:
The suburb of Broome is very versatile. There are multiple sized blocks, as well as old & new properties. Investors would buy for different reasons, to either redevelop or the buy new and to hold. The suburb will always be walking distance to the main precinct of Chinatown, and the bay.
Most in demand properties:
Four bedroom properties are getting a lot more interest with growing families moving to Broome. The demand in this area is blocks that can be sub-divided and have development potential.
The newer properties are the typical, steel framed, corrugated iron looking homes. The older properties in the area are old Pearling Masters’ homes that are full of charm and characterised by their large sweeping verandas.
A highlight for the area is the proximity to two high schools, two primary schools, the town beach, the boulevard shopping centre, and Chinatown.
Major businesses and industry:
All small business in Chinatown and surrounding areas, the Broome Hospital, government departments located nearby and two large shopping centres.
In the last ten years there has been a big increase of government offices being built or acquired in the town centre, the council have worked hard to improve the landscapes and gardens around town. More recently areas of Broome have been re-zoned which has offered developers and investors an opportunity to subdivide large blocks.
There is no doubt that the best street in Broome is Demco Drive - it has water view which is rare in Broome. There are other streets that have a good reputation, such as Stewart Street, Walcott Street, Barker Street, and Robinson Street.
There are a number of bus stops all in walking distance to wherever you live in Broome that runs on a 30 minute schedule. It is a privately run enterprise.
Access to attractions:
Being in a population of approximately 20,000, it only takes about 10 minutes to get from one side to the other, and the roads we have available are in very good condition and take more or less direct routes.