BUYERS looking to secure a home in Brisbane’s southwest need to move fast or risk missing out, according to Jacqui Liddelow, sales agent at Estate & Co.
“There’s high demand and not a lot of stock on the market at the moment,” she said.
Ms Liddelow said the sale of 72 Brookeside Crescent, Seventeen Mile Rocks for $774,000 on October 30 was a great example — with 15 groups through the home in the first seven days of the campaign and a deal done soon after.
“It went under contract in the first week and we did have two offers on the property,” she said.
The four-bedroom home appealed to family buyers, with the new owners set to put down roots.
“It was a younger couple in their mid-20s — both professionals and looking to start a family,” Ms Liddelow said.
Ms Liddelow said this particular section of the suburb appealed to buyers looking for lifestyle with easy access to major roadways as well as service and facilities.
“It has a unique sense of community that’s really hard to find,” she said.
Ms Liddelow said demand for quality property is set to continue and buyers can look forward to steady value gains through to next year.
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