Springfield Lakes an affordable option for first home buyers

Staff ReporterMarch 15, 20170 min read

Brisbane’s western corridor through to Ipswich offers some of the region’s lowest entry-level price points, according to HTW’s Month in Review: March 2017

The valuation firm says access to facilities and transport options to the CBD make the area an enticing proposition for first home buyer.

“Check out the suburb of Camira for some of those cheaper, larger blocks,” the report says.

“Springfield and Springfield Lakes are popular suburbs for first home buyers where there is affordability and proximity to both great public infrastructure and transport.”

A brand new or near new home is often the preferred option for many buyers’ first foray into residential, but HTW suggests that first timers should consider other options too.

“If you do choose second hand, it’s possible to get a three-bed, two-bath, one-car car dwelling on a small allotment at Springfield Lakes from $330,000 to $380,000,” it says.

“There’s also the option to buy a townhouses or unit, although these historically don’t achieve the same capital growth as houses.”

A three bedroom house at 8 Prospero Circuit, Springfield Lakes (above) has been listed for $389,000.

Similarly a four bedroom house at 27 Conventina Crescent, Springfield Lakes (below) has been listed for $469,950.

Staff Reporter

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