Investor snags a bargain with Eagleby property

first_imgSOLD: 4/118 Fryer Rd, Eagleby was the bargain buy of the week, it sold for $222,000.AN INVESTMENT property in Eagleby was the bargain buy this week, with unit 4, 118 Fryer Rd, Eagleby selling for $222,000.According to CoreLogic, the sale came in $9000 below the suburb’s unit median price of $231,000.LJ Hooker Beenleigh sales manager Trina Wilson said the townhouse was on the market for six and a half months.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours agoInside 4/118 Fryer Rd, Eagleby.“We had 20 groups of people through the property in that time,” Ms Wilson said.“In the end, it sold to local investors who loved that the tenants in place were quality and long term. So it meant a good return for them.”Ms Wilson said overall, Eagleby was performing strongly.“There is a large supply of townhouses though, making the buyers spoiled for choice.”If you are not in the market to buy as yet and looking to save money in rent, recent data released from realestate.com.au has revealed Rochedale South as an alternative to Rochedale for unit rentals. The data revealed tenants could save up to $12,480 a year in rent if they simply moved from Rochedale South, where the median rent is $550, to Rochedale, where the median rent is $310.last_img read more

County senior camogie title up for grabs

first_imgBurgess-Duharra are going for five titles in a row.Their manager Darrell Tucker says their forwards are in good form coming into the final.Borrisoleigh are playing in their first ever senior decider.last_img