If you’re a Brisbane family looking for a new property in Loganholme, you’ve chosen a lovely, affordable and family-friendly suburb to call home. With prices in Brisbane skyrocketing, everyone is flocking to Logan City suburbs. It’s only a matter of time before your dream house in Loganholme is snapped up, so get a move on! Give yourself the edge on everyone else and book a pre-purchase inspection with me – you’ll have all the information you need to make a smart decision for your family.
Andrew’s Expert Advice on Loganholme
I have been a qualified builder for almost forty years and inspecting homes for almost thirty. There are very few experts that know Brisbane and Logan properties like I do. With the age of some of the homes in Loganholme, you will need my knowledge on building standards over time. I’ll check if the home is compliant with current building regulations and whether any historic issues have slipped through the cracks. Ask me all your questions about your potential family Loganholme property.
Why choose Loganholme?
Loganholme is a suburb of the city of Logan, some 30 kilometres south of Brisbane. At just 9 square kilometres, Loganholme is a small but historic suburb with plenty of beautiful green parkland and affordable housing. The area contains properties with sizable backyards, maintaining the lifestyle many Queenslanders remember from their childhoods in decades past.
Loganholme is in an excellent location nestled between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, with easy access to the Pacific Motorway and the Logan Motorway, and public transport at the bus interchange at the Logan Hyperdome. At 50 minutes, it’s a decent commute to Brisbane’s CBD.
The suburb is also excellent for shopping with the Logan Hyperdome just an 8-minute drive away. For young families, there’s the Loganholme State School. The closest secondary school is Shailer Park State High School in neighbouring Shailer Park.
Loganholme is one of the most affordable suburbs in southeast Queensland. The median house price is currently $580,000. If you’re thinking about investment properties, rental yields for houses are currently 5.03% with an average median rent of $550 per week. Houses have seen -4.13% growth in the past quarter, and –4.45% growth in the past 12 months.
Make an informed investment in Loganholme
In historic suburbs like Loganholme, there are many older properties on the market. Additionally, the suburb adjoins the northern side of the Logan River, meaning the area is prone to flooding. To ensure you get a complete picture about the true condition of the home, book a pre-purchase property inspection before you buy.