Looking to Buy in Keperra? Book Your Pre-Purchase Property Inspection Now!
Keperra is a first home buyer’s paradise, so you have no time to waste when looking to secure your new home. Booking a pre-purchase property inspection with Action Property Inspections will not only grant you the peace of mind you need, you’ll also know you’re getting exactly what you paid for. With Action Property Inspections, you’re getting an inspector with solid knowledge of the local area, as well as the available building styles and the local demographics. Everything you need to know to make your dream home a reality will be at your fingertips! Get in quick or you’ll miss out!
Why buy in Keperra?
Keperra is a suburb in Brisbane’s north west, just 10 kilometres from the CBD. The suburb has a rich Indigenous history, with the word keperra deriving from a Yuggera word meaning ‘young man.’ It is thought that the suburb acted as an initiation place for young men.
Traditionally a mix of housing commission houses and smaller properties where many retired and older pensioners resided, Keperra has seen a recent rise of new renovations and young families moving in. The most desirable pockets to buy are in the quiet, leafy streets close to one of Keperra’s 17 parks, covering a massive 18% of the total area.
If you’re into golf, Keperra is home to a 27-hole championship golf course called the Keperra Country Club. Shopping-wise, the Great Western Super Centre, complete with Bunnings, is nearby, as well as Brookside Shopping Centre.
For families, Grovely State School and St William’s Grovely Catholic Primary School are the local primary schools. Mitchelton State High School and Ferny Grove State High School are the closest secondary schools. Finally, the commute to work is made easier with Keperra Train Station and Grovely Train Station providing access to Ferny Grove, Mitchelton, and the Brisbane CBD.
Keperra house prices and rental yields
Keperra is known as an entry-level suburb – the median sale price is lower than Brisbane’s average, and there is a high owner-occupier percentage. With a median home price of $750,000 and an average rent of $500 per week, property owners in Keperra could potentially earn a 3.47% increase in gross rental yield. Sounds tempting already, right?
Keperra housing ranges from modest post-war homes built from weatherboard to larger brick dwellings built during the 1980s and 1990s in the Kings Park Estate. Many of these post-war homes are either being renovated or removed, with new homes being built on the remaining block by young families. This is where you could find your new dream home!
Don’t just take our word for it – book a pre-purchase property inspection with Action Property Inspections now. These homes were built years ago, so you need someone with inside knowledge to check out every nook and cranny before you make your decision. Get in quick – Keperra won’t be a sleepy suburb forever!
Book in a pre-purchase property inspection to ensure your Keperra dream home is not secretly a nightmare!
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