Affordable Homes

Where will you find the Best Affordable Homes around Brisbane?

Affordable Homes

For people who are earning more than $75,000 per year and looking for New Affordable Homes For sale, check out the list of Greater Brisbane suburbs with prices under $400,000

  • Eagleby – Price: $230,000 that offers 6.3% Rental yield
  • Burpengary – From $367,000
  • Morayfield – From $380,000
  • Caboolture – From $399,900
  • Bahr Scrub – From $389,000
  • Logan Reserve – From $369,900
  • Redbank Plains – From $399,900
  • Flagstone – From $399,900

 

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Affordable Homes

What is considered as Affordable Homes?

Well, since every person is different with a different income, one can’t really say that a specific price range that describes affordable homes. It relates more to the individual’s ability to repay a home loan.

The affordability for each person can be determined by calculating the repayments of a home loan. We will put you in touch with a mortgage broker to assist you for the best results. 

Let’s start with the first on our list….Eagleby:

Eagleby

Price: $230,000 – 6.10% to 6.3% Rent Return – Investors Only

Eagleby

You don’t see this often….an investment property for under $250,000!

More information on the project:

This project is a boutique size development made up of 18 townhouses offering 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and single car lock up garage homes.

All townhouses have an open plan kitchen and living room, with split system reverse cycle air conditioning to present comfortable living for residents.

Centrally positioned, this development is located approximately 35km south of Brisbane’s CBD within the Logan City region.

This popular community is located near train stations, the Pacific Motorway and the Logan Motorway, making commuting to the Brisbane CBD or Gold Coast a viable option.

With Logan Hyperdome Shopping Centre and entertainment precinct just a stone’s throw away, this complex has your everyday needs covered.

Close to a selection of highly reputable private and state schools, TAFE’s, and childcare centres as well as golf courses and country clubs, this development is an ideal place for families to grow.

Property Features:

Stone benchtops & stainless-steel appliances to kitchen
Ceiling fan light to bedroom
Remote control garage door
Vertical blinds throughout
Air-conditioner to living area
Security screens to windows & all external doors

Burpengary

Prices from $367,000

Affordable homes in Burpengary

Affordable homes in Burpengary From $367,000

 

This is one of our One Contract House and Land Packages with 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms and 1 garage plus a patio area.

Like all our House and Land packages, this is a Fixed Price, Turn Key solution.

Burpengary, Morayfield and Caboolture are all in the Morton Bay Regional Council Area, spanning 2,037 square kilometres is located in south-east Queensland and is bounded by the Sunshine Coast Council area in the north, Moreton Bay in the east, Brisbane City in the south, and the Somerset Regional Council area in the west.

The Moreton Bay region is the key growth corridor north of Brisbane. Its major centres are a short distance from Brisbane’s city centre (Strathpine 22kms, North Lakes 30km, Redcliffe 35kms and Caboolture 50kms). The region has easy access to the Brisbane CBD, Brisbane Airport, Port of Brisbane and major transport routes in South East Queensland.

Its ease of access and competitively priced residential and commercial premises and land has attracted numerous new residents, a highly skilled workforce and over 27,000 businesses (2018) and has underpinned the region’s strong economic performance.

Moreton Bay Regional Council is committed to improving the attractiveness of its main centres of business and employment and to providing opportunities for local business growth, and new business investment to support and complement continued strong population growth in the region.   Source: Remplan Economy

Morayfield

Prices from $380,000

Homes for sale in Morayfield

Morayfield has several Affordable Homes available at the moment

Caboolture

Prices from$399,900

Caboolture

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Bahr Scrub

Prices from $399,000

Bahr Scrub

Have you thought of living in Bahr Scrub?

Information on Bahr Scrub

Perfectly placed amongst abundant amenity, Bahr Scrub is located in the thriving growth corridor between Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

With the Pacific Motorway (M1) 5.4km from Bahr Scrub and the nearby convenience of Beenleigh train station, commuting to work or enjoying a weekend escape is easy.

Grab a cup of coffee and fresh vegetables at the Early Bird and Breakfast Markets, indulge in retail therapy at City Road, Beenleigh and enjoy the convenience of your local Holmview Central Shopping Centre.

The area includes many places to socialise. Catch up with friends over a quiet drink at the Windaroo Tavern or indulge in the famous choc chip waffles at the Belgian Chocolate Saloon.

Hammel Park is home to a range of sporting clubs including the Beenleigh Rugby Club and Beenleigh Netball Club. There’s something for everyone, of all ages.

Bahr Scrub has a wide range of educational facilities within a 10km radius of home. For every child, of every age, you’ll find the perfect school for your children.

There are 32 child care centres conveniently located within a 10km radius of the Estate, ensuring your little ones will have access to early learning.

When it’s time for your child to start school, you can choose from Windaroo State Primary School, Beenleigh State School, Eagleby South State School, Eagleby State School and Canterbury College, all within a 10km radius of Brookhaven.

There are four schools within 10km of the estate, Windaroo Valley State High School, Canterbury College, Trinity College and Beenleigh State High School.

Griffith University Logan Campus is conveniently located just 15km from home.

Surrounded by rolling hills and framed by picturesque brooks, this master-planned community marries connectivity and privacy in a green pocket of tranquillity. The environment provides an idyllic backdrop for a range of community spaces, including viewing platforms, fitness nodes, walking trails, mountain biking trails, community gardens and local parks. Here, you can build the life you love with a house design of your choosing, or a carefully designed house and land package.

Surrounded by a diverse range of native flora and fauna including eucalyptus trees and tea trees, here, children and adults alike will be enchanted by the landscape that is so quintessentially Australian.

It’s more than a place where people and their families simply exist. It’s a place to discover the beauty around you at, Bahrs Hill and Clarks Hill and Buccan Conservation Park, a subtropical park home to kookaburras, koalas and abundant natural wildlife.

In my opinion, this is the ideal place to invest in. Whether you want to live there, or rent the house out, there are so many advantages.

Killara

Prices From $369,900

Kilara

Killara is worth checking out

Information about Killara and Logan Reserve:

Award-winning architecturally designed homes in a contemporary master-planned community in Logan Reserve.

The Single story terraces are designed to make the most of the surrounding green bushland whilst living in ultimate urban style. Enjoy low maintenance living combined with fresh open space, inspiring outdoor recreational areas and a vibrant community. With options for 3-bedroom, single garage and 4-bedroom, double garage homes all-encompassing high-quality inclusions.

Take advantage of this Full Turn Key Packages that starts from $369,900, with quality inclusions like:  stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, stone kitchen bench top, LED lighting, quality bathroom accessories, reverse cycle split-system air-conditioning, letterbox & fencing and fully exposed aggregate driveway.

The internal colour scheme has been styled and selected by professional interior designers, bringing a contemporary feel and a fresh perspective to your new home.

If it is an investment property you’re after, then this may be a good option for you, since the location is perfect for people who need to be close to train stations, the motorway and want to be close to beautiful park lands as well.

Where Nature meets Urban Style

The Estate is surrounded by green bush land and family park lands. It features boutique neighbourhoods, each with a character all its own, giving you a sense of exclusivity and intimacy with the surrounding environment. Active lifestyle is designed in to this address with multiple active and passive parkland spaces, including: adventure trails, parkland tracks, fitness stations and interactive play areas. This master planned address positions you on the doorstep of a vast range of established local amenities.

8 Reasons why you’ll love living in Logan Reserve:

  • One of Queensland’s key growth areas
  • 10 different education options within 10km
  • A short drive to the Hyperdome with an array of cafes and restaurants
  • 15 minutes to the Loganlea train station
  • Bus stops on Chambers Hill Road
  • Minutes to major shopping centres
  • Walking distance to Stoneleigh Reserve Park
  • Outdoor recreational activities

Redbank Plains

Prices from $399,900

Eden’s Crossing

Eden's Crossing

Have you ever looked into Eden’s Crossing in Redbank Plains?

Information on Eden’s Crossing

Eden’s Crossing is a Master Planned Community which is only:

 30 minutes from Brisbane

 15 minutes from Ipswich

 5 minutes to Springfield

 55 minutes to The Gold Coast

More than 200 families have already moved in to Eden’s Crossing to be close to the existing schools, future neighbourhood shopping, sports fields and creek side park lands. The community is growing quickly so infrastructure is being put in place to support that.

The master planned Eden’s Crossing community is next door to the new Fernbrooke State School and Staines Memorial College and will eventually be home to more than 1,200 families. Currently, Mt Juillerat Drive terminates at Creekstone Avenue and motorists backtrack to the existing onramp at Augustine Heights to get on to Centenary Highway.

Schools around Eden’s Crossing

Whatever style of education your family needs, Eden’s Crossing provides a huge choice of options. Eight childcare centres can be found within 5km of home, while local Redbank Plains Primary School and Redbank Plains High are on your doorstep.

A variety of private and state schools are also close by, including Staines Memorial College, West Moreton Anglican College, St Mary’s College, Springfield Anglican College, Ipswich Jnr Grammar, Ipswich Grammar, St Augustine’s College and Fernbrooke State School opened in 2017.

For tertiary students, the University of Southern Queensland is within a 5km drive, and the University of Southern Queensland Ipswich Campus is just 12.5km away.

Local Transport

With a number of major transport links close by, there’s no doubt Eden’s Crossing is a well-connected community. Future direct access to Centenary Highway will put Springfield Central within 5 minutes drive, while current arterial roads make the journey into Brisbane, Ipswich or the Gold Coast easily accessible.

Public transport services are also close by, with the nearby Springfield Central Station providing direct rail service to Brisbane (approx 40 minutes travel to Brisbane). (A train station in Redbank Plains is in the planning)

Local Parks around Eden’s Crossing

Eden’s Crossing provides 35 hectares of green open space, kilometers of hike and bike paths, four large parks, plus sports ovals and local parks.

You’ll have plenty of options to enjoy the sunshine with friends and family to relax and unwind. Start your day with a hike, leisurely walk, bike ride or enjoy a picnic in the afternoon at White Rock Spring Mountain Conservation Reserve.

Eden’s Crossing has everything you and your family need to live a healthy, active lifestyle. A number of regional parks can also be found nearby, including Redbank Plains Recreational Reserve, featuring sporting fields and a skate park.

The Robelle Domain central parkland is a world-class recreational space with a huge variety of scenic and interactive spaces including the Springfield Lagoon.

But that’s not all the parklands have to offer: treetop walks, shady picnic areas, land art pyramids, artwork, beautiful exhibition gardens, and expansive grassy spaces perfect for large community events and gatherings are all here. The best part is that all this is only 10 minutes away, plus with direct access to the Centenary Highway in 2018, you’ll be even closer.

Flinders View

Prices from $399,900

Flagstone

Flagstone is a forward-looking development with city status in its sights

Area information

Flagstone puts you in reach of a life surrounded by nature combined with all the modern-living musts: convenience, connectedness, community, and that other word beginning with C: choice. And with a 128ha CBD continuing to take shape, life at Flagstone gets more appealing with each breaking day.

Queensland Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Planning and Infrastructure, Cameron Dick was at Flagstone where he announced the finalisation of the infrastructure agreement for the Greater Flagstone Priority Development Area (PDA).

The Minister said it was the biggest infrastructure deal of its type by any Government in Australia – noting that Greater Flagstone PDA ranked as one of the top 20 biggest towns and cities in Australia. Such exciting times ahead for Flagstonians! 

This article was taken from Chanel 9 News.

Two new water parks planned for the city.

Logan City Council and developer Peet will stump up a joint $5 million to build the two water play areas — one at Logan Central and the other at Flagstone. The Flagstone site will be at the new Flagstone Regional Park, in Flagstonian Drive, next to a skate plaza, dog park and one of the biggest community playgrounds in southeast Queensland.

Construction has started on the brand new Coles Flagstone Village Shopping Centre! The new commercial precinct will include 9 specialty stores, 240 carparks and a full size Coles supermarket.

The new store will create 200 construction jobs and an additional 100 retail jobs when it opens in mid-2020. It’s a great addition for residents at Flagstone, who will be well served by a rapidly expanding range of lively retail, commercial and hospitality options.

Young men and women can now learn the tricks of the construction trade at the South-East’s newest Trades College at Flagstone.

This article was taken from Chanel 9 News.

A NEW telecommunications transmission tower is being built to boost mobile phone coverage in Flagstone.

Vodafone has signed a lease with developers Peet Limited to construct a 35-metre tower in Gates Road, between the new Coles supermarket site and the railway line. It is expected to be operational by year’s end.

The announcement has been welcomed by Logan Country Safe City, the group that lobbied long and hard for action in the mobile blackspot and the outgoing president of Flagstone Community Association.

The article was published in The Jimboomba Times, 29 July 2018. Click HERE to read the full article.

Adventure Playground

Great news for Families who are living around Flagstone!

One of the biggest playgrounds in South-East Queensland opens at Flagstone on Saturday, December 15, ready for the first day of the school holidays.
The community will get its first chance to try the epic new $4 million adventure playground as the state’s 800,000 school students head into the long summer break.

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Are there still Affordable Homes Available?

Affordable Homes

What is actually considered as affordable homes?

Well…. it basically depends on what your situation is….it mainly depends on your income and expenses and what you as an individual can afford. What is affordable for one person, may not be affordable for the next person. 

Another factor to keep in mind when searching for more affordable homes, is the area that you are looking to buy. Each area comes with it’s own price tag. 

Brisbane at the moment, offers quite a number of affordable homes and we can most certainly offer you a few good options if you are looking to buy a new house. Click HERE to find out more….

Why may it be a good idea right now, to buy a new house in greater Brisbane?

Are there still Affordable Homes Available?

Statistics showed that the cost of leasing a unit became 2,6 % more expensive. And weekly house rents climbed as well last year. This may be only the start….

New House

Now may be a good time to buy a new house in South East Queensland

Read more about this below in an article published by the Courier Mail….

“BRISBANE’S housing market is slowly giving the keys back to landlords, with new figures revealing the city recorded its strongest annual rise in rents in three years.

After months of flat growth in rental properties, analysis of the latest CoreLogic data by realestate.com.au shows house rents increased 2.4 per cent in 2018, while the cost of leasing a unit became 2.6 per cent more expensive.

Industry experts say the data shows now is the time to buy in the Brisbane market.

Realestate.com.au chief economist Nerida Conisbee said the only way was up for rents in the city from here on, as underlying demand in the Brisbane market began to absorb rental supply, putting upward pressure on rents.

“Now is actually a good time to look to buy because we are looking to see further increases in rental levels,” Ms Conisbee said.

“The reason being we have fewer new developments going ahead and also fewer investors in the market.”

Ms Conisbee said a change of government at this year’s federal election would prompt a further drawback in investor activity, with Labor planning to overhaul negative gearing and capital gains tax concessions.

“Queensland is also attracting a lot of people, so there’s going to be more homes needed,” she said.”

The state’s improving economy, relative housing affordability and rising job prospects would further entice investors to head north, Ms Conisbee said.

Weekly house rents in Brisbane climbed to $420 last year after dropping 2.3 per cent in 2017.

They rose the previous year, but only minimally.

Unit rents rose to $390 a week after dropping 3.8 per cent in 2017 and 1.3 per cent the year prior.

Rental yields are also improving for both houses and units.

The Brisbane suburb with the highest median weekly rent is Teneriffe at $813, followed by Pullenvale at $778 and New Farm at $775.”

You can read the full article HERE

New House

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