Ross O’Reilly, from O’Reilly’s Real Estate, with sales and marketing staff Jonathon Offord and Amanda Oosthuizen in the new display kitchen for Oshen.
Ross O’Reilly, from O’Reilly’s Real Estate, with sales and marketing staff Jonathon Offord and Amanda Oosthuizen in the new display kitchen for Oshen. Sharyn Oneill So

O'Reilly cooks up Oshen sales

ROSS O’Reilly is cooking up a new way of selling property, in the new Oshen apartment complex sales display office.

The display office on the corner of Adelaide and Normanby streets, Yeppoon, has an operational kitchen and bathroom, just like those in the apartments that are for sale

“These are exactly the kitchens and bathrooms that will be available,” Ross, owner of O’Reilly’s Real Estate said.

The idea is to show potential investors just what they are spending their money on, when buying off the plan.

“They can really visualise themselves in their apartments,” he said.

The innovative sales office will be officially launched this afternoon with both the developers and architect attending.

“It is a first for Yeppoon and Rockhampton to have a display of this size and standard.”

Oshen is a 60-apartment development to be built on Adelaide Street, relaunched three weeks ago after a plan makeover.

Ross said the main difference in plans was simply in the price points, with the entry level now at $329,000 an apartment, rather than the $700,000 price tag of the earlier design.

“It was redesigned to meet our current local market,” he said.

Already 17 of the apartments have been sold, and Ross expects, with the best views on the coast, the rest will sell quickly.

“There are more people we can service with these apartments,” he said.



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