Latest Property Update.

Brisbane market is still performing well. Stock levels are around 30% lower than last year making it a perfect time to sell. While they say we only had a 4.4% growth we need to remember that the downturn on new units prices would have a considerable impact on these numbers and would be interesting to see the details about the housing growth not just the market in one. ( I will look into it)

Watch this video for all the information you need.

If you have any questions at all then please call Zac McHardy on 0403 831 596 or email at


The CoreLogic June Home Value Index results reported a 0.5% rise in capital city dwelling values over the month with five capitals recording a fall in dwelling values while Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart values show another substantial rise.

Higher dwelling values across Australia’s two largest capital cities continued to push the CoreLogic Hedonic Home Value Index to new record highs, with dwelling values across the combined capital cities rising by 0.5% in June to be 8.3% higher over the past twelve months.


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Tucked away from a bustling capital city, Carseldine and Aspley real estate seems to have it all. Zac McHardy explains why he believes Aspley and Carseldine, with their good-sized properties and vibrant community spirit, are a few of Brisbane’s most family-friendly suburbs.

Brisbane has gone through many changes in the last 20 years. Many suburbs have become hot, then not, then hot again. Others have gone through massive gentrification as Brisbane’s CBD has boomed. The northern suburbs have seen some of the biggest changes; Chermside, for example, has exploded in recent years to become Brisbane’s ‘second CBD’, with its local Westfield, the growth of The Prince Charles Hospital, and the huge development of units and flats.

I’ve been in the area since I was young, and I’ve watched the development firsthand. The growth and gentrification in Chermside and its surrounding areas has been wonderful for both Aspley and Carseldine real estate.


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Here is a quick video on the New QLD First Home Buyers Grant.
If you are a first home Buyer in QLD you may be eligible for $20,000 instead of $15,000.

Now remember as always there some catches.

1. You Must not have owned a property before.
2. You must purchase a brand new property. (Unit, Townhouse, House and Land)
3. This only runs for 12 months starting first of July.

If you have been looking to purchase your first home and think you fit in the above then please give me a call on 0403831596 as we have plenty of contacts around the Northside of Brisbane with options to fit all budgets.

Zillmere, Aspley, Carseldine, Boondall, Chermside and Chermside West have plenty of options currently.

I have included the link below for more information on the First Home Owner Grant.