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Springwood property investment opportunity 

***SPRINGWOOD*** 

TWO STRATA TITLED 4 BED HIGH SET STRATA TITLED UNITS WITH PROPERTY RETURNS OVER $52,000 A YEAR.
AN OPPORTUNITY HERE FOR AN ASTUTE INVESTOR – YIELDS OVER 5% EACH PROPERTY AND

INCOME PRODUCING STRATA TITLED AIR-CONDITIONED 

GREAT FOR YOUR SUPERANNUATION PORTFOLIO! CAPITAL GROWTH ASSURED!

 

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Each house/dwelling is separately titled, as houses on any estate.

You can do anything internally that meets the local council rules.

Body corporate only exists to ensure each owner has a say in the external presentation of the duplex. The Vendor is not aware of any joint costs for services, other than building insurance of the duplex is paid by the Body Corporate for both dwellings.

For this reason there are no sinking fund or other fees.

The funds go to the body corp to pay the insurance bill and the building insurance is cheaper as a duplex than as two separate houses.

The building is a duplex only because the two buildings are joined by a fireproof garage wall , maximizing the use of the land. These houses are houses in their own right.

 

IN THE HEART OF SPRINGWOOD THESE HOMES OFFER ALSO THE CHANCE FOR AN EXTENDED FAMILY TO LIVE TOGETHER OR FOR AN ASTUTE INVESTOR TO CONTINUE TO RENT OUT BOTH PROPERTIES WHICH SET THE PRECEDENT IN RENTS FOR THE SPRINGWOOD 

LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION – SEIZE THIS FANTASTIC PROPERTY INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY….

Vendor is happy to discuss prices.

You have the Opportunity to Buy One or Both Properties.

AS INDIVIDUAL UNITS OR PAIRS.

THE VENDOR WANTS MID $500,000 A T/HOUSE FOR HIGH SET

AS PAIRS – UP TO 5% DISCOUNT

 

HIGH SET FROM $1,120,000 DISCOUNT TO SAY $1,064,000

 

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Logan City Council has declared Springwood as its first Economic Development Zone https://ljgillandrealestate.wordpress.com/2017/03/31/logan-city-council-has-declared-springwood-as-its-first-economic-development-zone/ via @GillandDebello

 

 

 

Please feel free to peruse the following recent reviews to give you an idea of how we are here to serve your best interests and achieve the best results for your valuable investment property.

 

 

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SOLD IN 3 WEEKS CLOSE TO $3 MILLION – Carlos & Linda Debello LJ Gilland Real Estate Group

 

Happy with the service provided by Linda and Carlos – LJ Gilland Real Estate agent review | RateMyAgent

 

EXCELLENT SERVICE AND RESULTS FOR OUR LOGANLEA INVESTMENT PROPERTY

 

LJ GILLAND REAL ESTATE GOT $110K OVER WHAT WE WANTED IN PRICE WITHIN 1 DAY OF LISTING AND PREPARED THE PROPERTY FOR SALE ALL AT A DISCOUNT COMMISSION

 

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Our reputation lays in high performance property sales, and we take great pride in our excellence in property and asset management as well as body corporate management.

We find individual solutions to fit our client’s needs.  Being property specific rather than area specific because confining ourselves to one area simply

wouldn’t be giving you what you need. LJ Gilland Real Estate is a prestigious boutique agency specializing in Property Investment Management Services and the Sales of Investment Properties with tenants in place. Proudly serving Property Investors in Queensland

 

 

 

 

Linda Debello 姬琳达珍

LREA, LJ Gilland Real Estate Pty Ltd

(07) 3263 6085 || http://www.ljgrealestate.com.au

 

 

 

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Tiny houses for rent let you escape to scenic pockets of Australia https://www.curbed.com/2017/6/14/15803660/tiny-houses-for-rent-shacky-australia

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A reminder that although capital city dwelling values have largely increased over the past 20 years, they are not immune from potential declines.

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When we think about the housing market we tend to focus on when values rise but in the recent past values have fallen in each capital city; this week we look at the magnitude and duration of these falls in the past.

Throughout the past 20 years it has been much more common for combined capital city dwelling values to have been increasing than falling.

Although value rises have been more common, it doesn’t mean that the housing market is bulletproof and in some instances values have fallen quite dramatically and rapidly.

Typically the Reserve Bank (RBA) or the Government have adjusted fiscal and/or monetary policy to support the housing market and arrest the value falls.

Across the combined capital cities, dwelling values have increased by 346.4% over the 20 years to April 2017.

In the two periods in which values have fallen, capital city dwelling values fell by -6.1%…

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Housing price growth peaked earlier this year and will slow to 1.9 per cent by next year, ANZ says in a new research report.

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Population increase and demand for housing will ensure growth stays positive in Sydney and Melbourne.

But lending constraints tighten and other measures such as taxes on vacant properties will constrain growth.

The national pace of price appreciation will dip to to an annual 4.4 per cent this year, the ANZ Australian Housing Update says.

Prices will fall in Brisbane next year, however, due to the “significant” volume of new supply.

It tipped home values in Perth and Darwin continue to fall.

Housing markets in Canberra, Hobart and Adelaide will grow slightly faster than the nationwide average through 2018, Fairfax’s Australian Financial Review noted.

ANZ Australian Housing Update

“We anticipate that Australia’s housing market will broadly cool from here,” economists Daniel Gradwell and Jo Masters wrote.

“We believe that price growth will slow sharply due to a combination of policy changes and macroprudential regulation.”

The report also predicts housing construction to…

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Net internal migration to Regional NSW, Melbourne, Regional Vi and Brisbane was the greatest it has been in at least 10 years

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Each year the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) publishes data on internal migration across the regions of Australia. Internal migration data counts the number of residents moving within the state as well as across state borders. The tables provided within this report show the top and bottom 25 SA4 regions for net internal migration nationally over the 2015-16 financial year.

The first table shows that the Gold Coast saw the most net internal arrivals at 6,428 persons over the year.  The data series dates back as far as 2006-07 and the net internal arrivals of 6,428 persons is the highest on record and 39.4% higher over the past year.  It was also the first time since 2006-07 that the Gold Coast had seen the nation’s highest rate of net internal migration.

Top 25 SA4 regions for net internal
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What could sink the property market and drown investors

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A growing number of middle-of-the-road, mainstream economists and policymakers now acknowledge that Australia has a housing bubble.

ASIC’s Greg Medcraft got in early, and repeated his warning this year, but Treasury secretary John Fraser and former Liberal leader John Hewson have also used the “b-word”.

While they haven’t all called it a bubble, respected analysts such as Chris Richardson and Shane Oliver have basically told people they’d have rocks in their head to buy property now, especially in Sydney and Melbourne.

And, while it may have missed (or wilfully ignored) the US housing bubble, ratings agency Standard & Poor’s is becoming increasingly vociferous about Australia’s housing risks.

In short, we are as close as we’ve ever been to a consensus that Australia has a property bubble, or at least extremely overvalued markets in its two biggest cities.

But that’s where the agreement between the mainstream and the housing…

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