Arranging Building and Pest Inspections For Your Everton Park Home? It Pays To Act Early!
There’s no time to waste if you’re looking at purchasing a home in Everton Park. Buyer demand far outweighs available listings and properties in this suburb move quickly. That means you’ll need to as well!
Securing your home purchase contract with satisfactory building and pest inspections becomes crucial when beating other buyers to the deal in Everton Park.
To make certain nothing is overlooked while you’re in the contract phase, selecting a building inspector with solid knowledge of the area, its demographics and the available building styles will give you greatest peace of mind. But you’ll want to arrange it hastily!
Why houses sell like hotcakes in Everton Park
At only 8km from the heart of the CBD, Everton Park on the city’s north is prime Brisbane real estate. Major arterial roads offer a quick drive into town and connect the suburb to other areas. Public transport from Everton Park is efficient with a number of bus routes servicing the area.
Everton Park and surrounding suburbs such as Mitchelton, Stafford and Enoggera are very popular with families – both young families, who enjoy inner city living, and older couples who remain in the area after raising their children.
Less than 30% of the homes are rented and currently there is high demand and low availability of rental properties. A four-bedroom house in Everton Park can command up to $540 per week on the rental market.
Almost 35% of houses in Everton Park are owned outright and approximately 32% of homes are under owner occupied mortgage. With an average home sale price of $517,000 the market moves rapidly.
As the name suggests, Everton Park is home to two large recreational parks and the suburb has a reputation for being green and leafy with numerous bikeways. Nearby Brookside Shopping Centre is the area’s major retail hub and the North-West Homemaker Centre is only a short drive away.
Typical housing in Everton Park
Typically you’ll find Everton Park homes are stand-alone residential properties with some older style unit blocks. Traditional Queenslander style homes are common but snapped up quickly when on the market. Some new builds and contemporary facades can also be found in the area; notably when older houses have been relocated or renovated in a modern style.
Any building inspector you hire in Everton Park should be looking at council approvals for renovated properties and the stability of facades and landscaping in any of the many homes that have been ‘spruced up’ for sale in the area. Timber homes are also prone to pest infestations.
The importance of arranging your Everton Park building inspection now!
When buying in Everton Park, you’ll want to move swiftly from inspection to contract, as real estate stock is limited. A building inspector who has experience in the local area is best placed to undertake an inspection so you can secure the property as soon as possible after signing.
Most contracts allow 14 days for an inspection to be arranged, but the rate of sale in Everton Park means keen buyers will want to act very quickly.
If you’ve been lucky enough to find the house of your dreams in Everton Park, waste no time. Arrange your building inspections now!
Building inspections are important – even if your dream home in Everton Park looks perfect at first glance! Contact Action Property Inspections today.
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