Demand high as property sells in just four days

first_imgInside 163 Pfingst Road, Wavell HeightsHe said homes such as this, with renovation potential, offered buyers options for profitable upgrades.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019“It’s very original but it’s got a really good frontage and floorplan. You can really play around with it quite a lot,” Mr Rowland said. The kitchen area at 163 Pfingst Road, Wavell HeightsMr Rowlands said the local market outlook continued to be good as Brisbane prices play catch up. “I think it’s going to be very strong – the gap between us and Sydney prices is at 13-year highs at the moment,” he said.undefined 163 Pfingst Road, Wavell HeightsMr Rowland said he was seeing increased activity from across the border.“Anything really sub-$1 million is quite good but you’ve got to know where to look,” he said.“In the past few years, one in every 10 of our investor sales were to a buyer from Sydney, now it’s about eight in every 10.” 163 Pfingst Road, Wavell Heights 163 Pfingst Road, Wavell HeightsAffordability has driven both local and interstate buyers to Brisbane’s northern suburbs according to Place Aspley principal, Tristan Rowland.Mr Rowland said the sale of 163 Pfingst Rd, Wavell Heights for $560,000 on October 3 showed the strength of current demand.“We sold that in four days – so it went quite quickly,” Mr Rowland said.last_img

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