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Queensland offers opportunities for property buyers

By James Brown

Buyers could find it's easier than ever to buy real estate in Morayfield, as a new report identifies that the Queensland market is working in their favour at the moment.

The November Commonwealth Bank/CoreLogic RP Data Home Buyers Index (HBI) weighs up different markets throughout the country and whether they are geared towards buyers or sellers.

This latest edition suggests Queensland is the ideal place to purchase property at the moment, alongside the likes of Tasmania and the Northern Territory.

"Buyers in these regions may be able to drive a better deal on sale negotiations," said Lyn Cobley, executive general manager of retail products and third party banking at Commonwealth Bank.

However, Ms Cobley urged anyone considering a property purchase to make sure they assess the market and do their homework first, making use of all the data that is available to them.

Anyone making a purchase within a metropolitan area such as Brisbane will need to make sure any decision they come to is in line with their budget.

For help finding your ideal property, make sure you get in touch with an experienced real estate agent in Burpengary. 

At Ray White Burpengary, we're on hand to help you every step of the way through the purchasing process. 

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