When you are looking at a possible new location or type of property to add to your investment portfolio, you have to stay up-to-date with new developments.

Robina a Gold Coast Suburb is undergoing big changes with plans for a new development and the opening of the new foodie playground towards the end of the year 2017.

Developers have confirmed a $1.2 billion project for the Robina-Merrimac area. According to Paul Weston at Gold Coast Bulletin, the Walker Corporation has submitted plans for nearly 2000 new townhouses and apartments.

OLD farm land on the Robina-Merrimac floodplain will become home to a new 3700-strong residential community as part of $1.2 billion project planned after the Commonwealth Games. The Gold Coast Bulletin can reveal the Walker Corporation has submitted plans to the Gold Coast City Council for a 73 hectare masterplanned community called Breakwater which it hopes to start building in 2019.

In other Gold Coast news food lovers are today rejoicing with news Robina Town Centre is set to open a new food playground at the shopping centre late this year. Called The Kitchens, the $160 million development will see the arrival of 55 new retailers from fresh food retailers, to cafes, bars and restaurants.

If you are uncertain which property type to choose in a new development, have a look at this video where we make some recommendations.

We at RPM Queensland will guide you in making the right decisions for your property investment portfolio from the start. For more information on property investment and mortgage reduction, you can contact us at rpmqueensland.com.au

Read about the 1.2 billion residential estate development at Merrimac Robina