29
Aug

Interest in the Hunter Region is set to soar

Well known for its idyllic beaches, rolling hills and well-renowned vineyards, the Hunter Valley has always been alluring.

However, the region is set to get more enticing, with economists citing that Hunter is set to experience exponential growth over the coming years.

Experts have noted that Australia’s largest regional economy will continue to soar, soon becoming an economic powerhouse in its own right.

In Newcastle alone, more than $1 billion worth of development applications have been approved in the past four years with no signs of the growth slowing down.

The forecasted growth can be attributed to the Hunter Regional Plan; a strategic roadmap aimed at strengthening the region’s economic resilience and foster industry diversification.

The plan is already making a considerable impact. The Hunter Region has quickly transformed into one of the most vital cultural, education, business and heritage hubs in New South Wales.

With an already booming economy and positive projected growth, there has never been a better time to live, work and invest in the region.

Winten Property Group’s latest residential estate, Pinnacle, opens an incredible opportunity to secure a home in the Hunter.

Located in the growing suburb of Fletcher in Newcastle, the 57 lot estate has already attracted considerable interest. General Manager of the Winten Property Group, Karl Rameau, said that the location of the Pinnacle Estate, coupled with the regions prosperous economy and job prospects, has contributed to the attraction