Open homes are your opportunity to ‘try before you buy’, allowing you to identify any possible flaws. Here are a few questions you need to ask.
Making the decision to sell your real estate in Burpengary is not one that comes easy. Here are a few reasons why it may be time to move on.
Are you looking to sell your home in Burpengary this spring? You’re not alone, as figures show new listings on the market are at their highest since March.
The RBA recently announced it would be leaving the official cash rate at the record-low level of 2 per cent. What does it mean for you?
Are you considering selling your home? Given that they are becoming more popular, here are a few tips to ensure your auction day is as stress-free as possible.
It seems that now is a good time to buy property in Burpengary, as a recent report has shown that homes are in fact becoming more affordable.
The cost of buying property in Queensland is expected to continue to grow, bringing good news to anyone who has invested in real estate in Burpengary.
The announcement that Queensland’s first home owner grant is to be extended has been welcomed, as more buyers are given help with buying property in Burpengary.
Moreton Bay has been named the number one economy in Queensland in the Australian Local Government Association’s 2015-16 State of the Regions Report.
Speculation is already rife over how long the official cash rate will stay at its all-time low for, especially as it’s currently benefiting buyers of property in Burpengary.