Support Local

Support Local

Welcome to Point Cook CFO Web, helping Point Cook businesses and residents stay informed and connected to build a stronger local community.

Point Cook is one of the fastest growing communities in the Nation with 3500 people flocking to the suburb each year to raise their family.  It is situated 23 kilometres southwest of Melbourne and has recorded the second highest property sales in Australia.

In the 2016 Census the population of Point Cook was 49,992 with an equal ratio of men to women.  Of those living in Point Cook, 62.1% were married and 8.1% were either divorced or separated.  The median age of people in Point Cook was 32years, children aged 0 – 14 years made up 28% of the population and people aged 65 years and over made up 4.6% of the population.

Point Cook is popular among young families, community support and involvement is the key towards establishing a stronger community. Buying local produce and services help the local economy to reinvest in community projects that benefit businesses and residents and the community as a whole.

Benefits in supporting local businesses:

Stimulates local economy – purchasing goods and services locally keeps more money flowing in the local community.  Businesses will support other local businesses by purchasing goods and services which stimulates the community.

Helps reduce unemployment – supporting businesses help keep local jobs secure which is good for the community.  Small business makes up the largest employers in Australia.

Better customer service – as local businesses depend on your support, they aim to provide you with better experience and product knowledge.  Their success relies on the local community, therefore are more likely to listen to your feedback and provide a better after sales service.

Popular services in Point Cook include:

End of Lease cleaning is one of the most used services in Point Cook with an average of 28% of homes being rented and the median rent being $380 per week.  Due to its close proximity to the CBD and being a gateway to Geelong and outer coastal areas, this suburb makes it popular for both renters and investors. There are many end of lease cleaning Point Cook services that can take the hassle out of your vacate cleaning.

Garden care and maintenance is a widely used service due to the amount of housing development associated with the area.  There are many vacant lands and newly built properties in Point Cook and this is creating demand for landscapers and general garden maintenance services. Support the local community and enlist a local garden professional that is qualified and insured.

Real estate agents can provide area expertise and have knowledge when it comes to buying, selling or renting.  Point Cook is a growing rapidly with new retail developments and schools on the forecast.  Having the right real estate agent can help in property maintenance and ensure your investment is well managed.