A renovated home with polished timber floors for less than $400,000 – you bet. This home at
26 Playford St, Bracken Ridge is listed for offers of more than $369,000.
BUYING a first property doesn’t have to be impossible. There are still plenty of suburbs and options where first home buyers can get into the market at a reasonable price.
The greater Brisbane region has 50 suburbs with a median house price of less than $350,000, compared with none in greater Sydney and only six in greater Melbourne.
While it may involve a longer drive or commute to work, with a median house price of $350,000 or less, that means a 20 per cent deposit would be $70,000.
Realestate.com.au reveals there are about 100 houses listed for sale within the greater Brisbane region with an asking price of $350,000 or less.
There are plenty of properties on offer between $350,000 and $400,000 within the region including this three-bedroom house at 27 Playford St, Bracken Ridge, which is listed for offers over $369,000.
The home is listed through Dion Saab and Josh Tregoning of Coronis.
It is on a 554sq m block. It has one family bathroom and open plan living and dining areas plus a new kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and a breakfast bar.
The brick home is on a fully-fenced block with side access and a single car port.
Cute and cosy is an apt description for 3 Teasel Cres, Forest Lake, which is listed through PJ Salami, of Astute Realty Services Paddington, with a price guide of between $340,000 and $360,000.
The home has three bedrooms and has been well maintained.
It has been used as a rental property and has a lease in place until December. It attracts rent of $340 a week.
There are timber vertical blinds, an airconditioner, a large single bathroom with bathtub and a covered alfresco area.
At 53 Boss Rd, Inala, this three-bedroom home is listed for offers of more than $350,000. The home has a renovated bathroom and two covered verandas, one at the front and one at the rear.
The separate dining area leads to the back veranda. There are polished hardwood floors, a large utility area and undercover space for a car. The home has a covered barbecue pit and entertainment area. It is listed through Peter Chew of
RE/MAX Innovation – Jindalee.
Source: Michelle Hele