Buyer interest grows in the Northside, as more properties hit the market

first_img19 Thirteenth Ave, Brighton.Buyers looking for property on the Northside will have plenty to choose from, with many new homes going on the market in recent weeks.Marketing agent Cara Bergmann of Ray White, Aspley, said sellers could expect strong interest from buyers, particularly in the suburbs of Aspley, Carseldine, Albany Creek and McDowall. 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 2019For sale: 19 Thirteenth Ave, Brighton is tipped to reach record results. “These suburbs are showing the highest demand from buyers due to good schools and shops being in proximity,” she said.“There is solid inquiry from Chinese buyers for both new and old stock. However, interest from buyers already living local to the area remains just as strong.”Ms Bergmann predicted Brighton as a “hot spot on the rise” with many homes selling fast in the area. Inside 19 Thirteenth Ave, Brighton.“We expect to achieve record results in the area in coming weeks,” she said.According to the latest data from CoreLogic, median house prices are up 5.7 per cent in Brighton in the year ending September 2017.“The recent highway expansion of the Deagon Deviation is having a positive influence on house prices in Brighton and the surrounding suburbs,” she said.last_img