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Construction figures in Queensland highlight Burpengary building potential

ByJames Brown

Whether you're a potential investor or an owner occupier looking into real estate in Burpengary, have you considered the possibility of building your own property? This gives you complete control over the process, allowing you to create the most suitable house for your needs.

New figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics have illustrated the strength of the nation's construction industry, which could be an incentive for buyers sitting on the fence about committing to an off-the-plan home. 

Master Builders Australia chief executive officer Wilhelm Harnisch said the March quarter posted great results for the period, remaining one of the most crucial aspects of the Australian economy.

"A solid lift in housing construction of 4.8 per cent seasonally adjusted is driven by building approvals and strong finance commitments flowing through to the construction phase and this will continue for months to come," said Mr Harnisch in a 27 May statement. 

This was further reflected in the growing confidence of builders across the nation, which rose by 4.3 per cent following a resurgence of renovation work being enlisted throughout Australia. 

If you're interested in pursuing your own property, get in touch with a local real estate agent in Burpengary today to discuss the options available. 

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