Brisbane City has undergone huge changes in the past few decades, and housing is in demand. If you’re interested in purchasing property there, you definitely don’t want to hold off. That prime piece of real estate overlooking the Brisbane River will be long gone if you do! When looking to buy, make sure you book a pre-purchase property inspection with Action Property Inspections. They’ll give you all the information you need to make the best possible decision. Read on to find out more about why you should make your next home in Brisbane City!
What’s so great about Brisbane City?
Brisbane City lies at the heart of Brisbane, nestled in a curve of the Brisbane river about 15 km south of the airport. It has an enviable lifestyle with a hot and sunny climate and cheerful attitudes. The city has long since shed it’s old ‘big country town’ moniker and has emerged from its cocoon a modern, stylish hub with a prolific arts scene and a thriving food and café culture. The river city lifestyle is in demand more than ever before. If you work hard and play even harder, Brisbane City is the perfect place to call home.
Brisbane City living is a relatively recent phenomenon, with Brisbane locals historically choosing to live in the more established inner-city suburbs rather than in the city itself. With Brisbane’s modernisation has come the establishment of huge skyscrapers and apartment blocks that now dot the city skyline. Most central city residents thus enjoy apartment or unit living. This type of housing particularly suits young professionals and students, who appreciate the proximity to work, study, and leisure options. The public transport system is at its best in the CBD!
Brisbane City is home to QUT’s Garden Point Campus, which sits right next to Queensland Parliament House. The city also boasts the Queen Street Mall, the Myer Centre, and several arcades and smaller shopping complexes. Units and apartments make up the majority of Brisbane City’s real estate market, with the median apartment price sitting just under $500,000, while rent is $550 a week. Currently, Brisbane City is home to 9,458 residents. If you’re aiming to be number 9,459, you better get in quick – and book that inspection!
Booking your building inspection in Brisbane City today!
With demand increasing all the time in Brisbane City, you need to book a pre-purchase property inspection to secure the home (and the view!) of your dreams. Ensure the apartment you’re looking to buy is everything you hope for, and that there are no surprises that could come back to bite you later. Book one of Action Property Inspections’ friendly, knowledgeable inspectors today!