Toggle Menu Header



Jordan Springs Suburb review

4 Replies 1k Views
Hi all,Just wondering if anyone lives in jordan springs and their experiences living there.I work sometimes in sydney CBD and worried about the travel times.Can anyone share their experiences?
Share on:
Tags: Springs
Justprop Editor Justprop Editor
Moved to jordan springs 6 months back and love it here. All facilities as gym, school( coming up soon) , woolies, chemist and GP around. Two lakes in area make it beautiful and you would always see people greeting during a walk. Glad we moved with young kids as there are plenty of parks and play areas for kids. The only thing it lacks is a good pub in the area. Else it is a world of its own with great community feeling.
Roma Roma
1. 7 km from Penrith2. Jams Packers hospitality college is coming to Penrith to train staff required for barangroo casino3. Proposed Science Park close penrith would create 12000 white collar jobs. Steggles is the first company to relocate headquarters to science park. Google it to find more.4. Badgery CReeks airport 10 mins from Penrith would transform Penrith into significant employment hub – hotels, motels, warehouses, parkings, restaurants etc will follow airport.5. fast trains coming for Penrith in future. I work for Transport for NSW.6. Department of sports and recreation going to move to Penrith7. Two nsw govt depts moving to paramatta. Paramatta's gain is Penrith gain. 25-30 mins from Penrith to paramatta.8 Napean hospital being expanded9. Plans for Penrith cba to be redeveloped 10. Penrith Business Council actively lobbying gov for Penrith etc.11. Major infrastructure projects marked for western sydney.
Moved to JS a few weeks ago. It's an hour and a half door to door to my office in North Sydney (and that's not catching the express train – I don't have to change if I take the slower one)
Liam Liam
You would have a 10-15 min drive to Penrith station then an hour on an express to the CBD. You will have access to the intercity express trains which fly along

Top Contributors Last 30 days

1 InvestAus
2 Anuj
3 Joshua

Related Posts

Veg catering in Jordan Springs

Can anyone recommend me a good veg caterer for 80 peopleLocation Jordan springs Penrith

Jordan Springs or Marsden Park ?

Hello friendsWhich suburb is good jordan springs or marsden park. We looking new house so please give me your suggestions. Thanks

Family Day care in Jordan Springs

Hello friends, Is anyone of you running a day care in and around Jordan Springs and has a vacancy available?

Rules to help make your property development project a success

1. Do careful pre-purchase due diligence Don’t believe the selling agent when he tells you the property will make a great development site. You need to undertake careful areas due diligence including checking the council zoning, as well specific property due diligence. 2. Get your budget right Do a detailed feasibility study – be realistic rather than optimistic and include all the little costs beginners tend to forget. Then allow a contingency in case unforeseen costs crop up, because they always will! 3. Don’t overpay It’s important to buy your development site at a price that allows you to make a fair profit; otherwise you’re immediately at a disadvantage. 4. Get a good team around you Your team is likely to involve a property lawyer, accountant, finance broker, architect, real estate agent and a project manager to oversee the whole process. And remember…if you’re the smartest person in your team, you’re in trouble. 5. Be realistic about your schedule It’s not unusual for developers to be overly optimistic with their scheduling. Setting realistic time frames will help you budget more accurately and remember to set aside some contingency money in case unforeseen problems stretch your schedule. Source: x 10 Golden Rules of Property Development With our property markets bubbling along nicely many investors are looking at taking the next step and getting involved in property development.While the
1Mo ago 54 Views

Despite the COVID-19 outbreak there are areas that still reported success rates above 50%

During the past three months, Canberra reported a clearance rate of 58.7% for 576 auctions. Sydney followed with 51.5% of 6,372 auctions pushing into a sale. The volume of auctions over the quarter indicate the impact of the social distancing and restriction measures amid the outbreak. In fact, only 13,783 auctions took place in the three-month period, down by 27% from the previous quarter and by 24% from the same period last year. "The initial market response to COVID-19 was a severe drop in sales and listings across both auction and private treaty sales methods. Many vendors who did not have to sell were initially unwilling to take their property to market in a time of high uncertainty," she said. Melbourne's Glen Waverley is the suburb with the highest number of auctions held over the quarter at 109. Next on the list is Randwick in Sydney, which hosted 90 auctions. In terms of successful auctions, Sydney's Cremorne clocked the highest clearance rate at 76.7%, followed by Caulfield South in Melbourne at 76.2%. Source: x Which auction markets remain stable? Two state capitals reported success rates above 50% over the June quarter
3Mo ago 69 Views

Childcare in Girrawheen suburb

"I tried calling every daycare in and around Girrawheen area , the only answer I got was, “No new enrollment at the moment”. I am trying to have my 3 year old get started on daycare at least 3 days a week for now and once things get back to normal she will be comfortable going for 5 days a week. This is a new place for her as well and would like to give her some cushion. Any suggestions? Registered family day cares are fine as well, as long as they are caring and she loves to be there. Please advice. Thank you."
4Mo ago 72 Views
6 online
Hardi Prajaapti
Kauser Javeed
Sam Williams
and more ...