Book A Building Inspection In Collingwood Park Before You Invest
Whether you’re a first home buyer, property investor or hunting for a bargain, be sure to secure quality building inspections for any Collingwood Park property before you sign on the dotted line.
Conveniently located and value for money, Collingwood Park is garnering interest from new entrants to the property market and those looking for a rental investment.
Why buy a property in Collingwood Park?
With the Ipswich Motorway easily accessible, Collingwood Park is a short 20 minute drive from Ipswich and just over 30 minutes to Brisbane. Bus and train services make commuting easy.
Living up to its name, Collingwood Park has an abundance of park and recreation areas for families to enjoy. Playgrounds, a skate ramp, cricket pitch and half basketball court keep the kids entertained.
Collingwood Park and its surrounds, including Goodna Creek on the eastern boundary and Six Mile Creek on the western boundary, boast more than 1300 species of plants. Collingwood Park is a bird watcher’s delight with everything from glossy black cockatoos to honeyeaters. You can even spot reptiles, fish and the occasional fox.
Collingwood Park holds a piece of history with a Strike Monument at Goupong Park commemorating the first strike in Queensland at a Redbank mine.
Neighbour to the historic suburb of Redbank, Collingwood Park is a hop, skip and jump from popular shopping complex Redbank Plaza, offering 100 specialty stores including Coles, Big W, Kmart and a Cineplex. Just down the road is shopping mecca Orion at Springfield and the family friendly Orion Lagoon.
Collingwood Park is a family friendly suburb with a number of kindergartens and two primary schools available.
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Collingwood Park homes
Housing development kicked off in Collingwood Park in 1980 with two display villages. These days, houses are mostly low-set brick homes with three to four bedrooms.
The average price for houses in Collingwood Park is $318,000 and average rental yield is $335 per week.
First Home Buyer? Collingwood Park might be your destination
There aren’t many areas still affordable for first home buyers in Brisbane. Collingwood Park is a top choice amongst those taking that first step up the property ladder. But did you know that first home buyers are at high risk of “buying a lemon”? Just because the house LOOKS amazing, doesn’t mean there aren’t hidden problems. We work across Brisbane, providing high quality pre-purchase inspections, and Collingwood Park isn’t immune from first home buyer traps! We’ve prepared the go-to guide to avoiding lemons for first home buyers. It’s all about avoiding those “traps for new players”!
Book a building inspector for your Collingwood Park property
If you’re keen to call Collingwood Park home, contact Action Property Inspections to guarantee your potential purchase passes the building and pest test.
A number of Collingwood Park homes have been affected by mine subsidence-related damage. Only a building inspector who knows Collingwood Park, with their state-of-the-art equipment and intimate knowledge of the suburb, can conduct a thorough inspection of your home to ensure it is structurally sound.
Don’t be fooled by a shiny façade. Even if you’re looking at new builds, property inspections are essential for Collingwood Park homes. Call us today!
Contact Action Property Inspections today for detailed building inspections before you buy in Collingwood Park.